Tobagonian politicians refuse to comment on PDP clash

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Tobagonian politicians refuse to comment on PDP clash

Representatives of other political parties are refusing to comment on the falling out between THA Chief Secretary Farley Augustine and his deputy Watson Duke.

News Power Now reached out to several political actors who have all refrained from commenting or have offered little regarding their thoughts on the matter.

Minority leader in the Tobago House of Assembly and the lone PNM representative in the THA, Kelvon Morris, said he had no comment at this time.

Asked which way he would vote if the motion were to come, Mr Morris said that he refuses to speculate on the hypothetical issue.

We also spoke with former THA Chief Secretary Ancil Dennis who also remained mum on the matter refusing to provide a comment.

News Power now also contacted former leader of the Tobago Fowards, Christlyn Moore, who served as Justice Minister under the People’s Partnership.

She chose not to share her thoughts, instead saying that she is unable to comment.

Pressed further, she repeated her claim saying that she is “not equipped to comment”