Trinidad and Tobago: Senator Nakhid writes a letter for fourth letter to DPP against PM Rowley

While writing the letter, he stated that this seven-week period pales in comparison to the seven month period which passed since the misbehaviour in public office by 2 of the highest Public office holders, namely President Paula Mae Weekes and Prime Minister Dr. Keith Christopher Rowley interfering in the process for selection of a Commissioner of Police by the Police Service Commission.

Trinidad and Tobago: Senator Nakhid writes a letter for fourth letter to DPP against PM Rowley
Trinidad and Tobago: Senator Nakhid writes a letter for fourth letter to DPP against PM Rowley

Trinidad and Tobago: Senator of Parliament David Nakhid write a letter for the fourth time to Director of Public Prosecution Roger Gaspard while appealing them to launch an investigation into Misbehaviors in Public Office by Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago Keith Rowley. 

While writing the letter, he stated that this seven-week period pales in comparison to the seven month period which passed since the misbehaviour in public office by 2 of the highest Public office holders, namely President Paula Mae Weekes and Prime Minister Dr. Keith Christopher Rowley interfering in the process for selection of a Commissioner of Police by the Police Service Commission.

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He noted, “It is noteworthy Gaspard, that my accusations though circulated widely in the mainstream media and on all social media platforms, were never denied in any substantive form or fashion by either perpetrators of this alleged offence.”

Further, David said that as a matter of fact, for the President and Prime Minister of our Republic to be so accused by a Senator of the Republic, and there not being even a public denial of the accusations ,speaks volumes and thereby has the tendency to communicate to the citizenry the perception of lawlessness with impunity by our Republic’s highest public office holders.

The PUBLIC’S perception of the DPP’s independent status must remain beyond reproach and not fall into the morass that the Police Service Commission now finds itself, he added. 

David further emphasized, “I continue to trust in your impartiality and the good sense of your office. I kindly ask once again, in the interest of accountability and transparency of all our citizens, that you request of the hierarchy of the Police Service that an investigation be launched into the possible criminal conduct committed by the aforementioned President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago Paula Mae Weekes and Prime Minister Dr Keith Christopher Rowley for misbehaviour in public office during the selection process of the Commissioner of Police for our country.”