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Natalia Moore | PEP: Laventille West

Candidate for Laventille West

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Natalia Moore

Natalia Moore

Natalia Moore is known to be resilient and steadfast in her every endeavor. Born and raised in Laventille, she noticed the lack of hope and opportunity that was prevalent in her community. There was a struggle to access necessities and the pain of being discriminated against because of the stigma associated with this area. This inspired her to become an instrument for change.

While completing her Certificate of Business Management at SAM Caribbean Limited, she realized that one of the ways she could greatly help improve her community was to get involved with politics. That was her motivation to become an active member of the PEP. In a short time, her hard work, innovativeness and dedication caused her to rise quickly through the ranks, and become Head of PEP’s Youth Arm.

Currently, she is completing an online certificate in Political Ideologies. She is also currently authoring a book to help young persons like herself with the transition from adolescence to adulthood.


The announcement of the appointment of a committee to review the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination and Concordat has met with support from parents and psychologist Dr Varma Deyalsingh.

The Ministry of Education announced yesterday that Cabi­net has given approval for the establishment of a committee to “further review and recommend changes to the conduct of SEA and transition to secondary school and the Concordat”.

The ministry said the establishment of the committee was initiated following a series of consultations last year.

SANATAN Dharma Maha Sabha (SDMS) general secretary Vijay Maharaj said the denominational boards are upset over the Government’s “disrespectful” move in not appointing any of its members to a committee to further review and recommend changes to the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) and the Concordat.

Caricom countries will share Covid-19 vaccines with one another.

This is one of the decisions of the Caricom Heads of Government at its intersessional meeting yesterday.

At the meeting, leaders also agreed to issue a “strong statement” registering their “concern and dissatisfaction” with the way Caricom countries are being “squeezed” out of access to the Covid-19 vaccines.

These announcements were made by Caricom chairman and Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley at the conclusion of the Caricom Heads of Government 32nd Intersessional meeting.

Forty-four women are still missing from ­reports made in 2020.

This was stated by Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith yesterday during a news conference at the Police Administration Building in Port of Spain.

At the time Griffith was attempting to clarify misinformation on the topic of missing persons in this country, pointing out that since the death of Andrea Bharatt, media outlets, including international ones, had picked up and utilised incorrect information or “out-of-context” statistics to paint an image that there was a crisis in this country as it regarded missing persons.

A repatriation flight to Venezuela from Trinidad and Tobago was cancelled yesterday.

It left 100 Venezuelan nationals stranded at Piarco International Airport when it was found that the Venezuelan airline plane proposed to carry out the exercise was among those sanctioned by the United States.

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