Elections in Trinidad and Tobago - Wikipedia.
Constitution of the Republic Chap. 1:01 5 LAWS OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO 4 of 1976. Commencement. Preamble. Short title. CHAPTER 1:01 CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO ACT An Act to establish the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago and to enact the Constitution thereof in lieu of the former Constitution. (29TH MARCH 1976).
The Assembly's areas of responsibilities includes Finance, that is, the raising and collection of revenue, Tourism, State Lands and all other matters with the exception of National Security, Foreign Affairs, Civil Aviation, Meteorology, Immigration, Central Statistics and Legal Affairs which are areas of responsibility of the central government.
Purpose of Elections Elections were held for all the seats of the House of Representatives on the normal expiry of Parliament's term. Previous general elections had taken place on 13 September 1976. Characteristics of Parliament The bicameral Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago comprises a Senate and a House of Representatives. The Senate consists of 31 members appointed by the President of the.
Dr. the Hon. Keith Rowley Prime Minister of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago Office of the Prime Minister. 13-15 St. Clair Avenue. PORT OF SPAIN. Visit Website. The Hon. Ayanna Webster-Roy. Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister (Gender and Child Affairs) Level 21, Tower D. International Waterfront Centre. No. 1, Wrightson Road. PORT OF SPAIN. 627-1163. Visit Website. The.
Preliminary estimates put the turn-out around 263,000 out of Trinidad’s 1,036, 721 electorate. EBC stated it would give an official figure today. After lines earlier in the morning at some venues, by 1.50 pm yesterday a 22 per cent turn out was reported in some places, with a surge in the evening. There was high police visibility throughout Trinidad for the exercise.
Republic of Trinidad and Tobago REPORT Of the Elections and Boundaries Commission on the St. Joseph Parliamentary By-Election held on November 4, 2013 GIVING (a) the number of votes polled for each candidate, by polling divisions; (b) the number of rejected ballots; (c) the number of names on the revised list of electors and on the list.
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO House of Representatives. General information; Electoral system; Last elections; Election archive; Presidency; Mandate; Specialized bodies; Full text; This page contains the full text of the PARLINE database entry on the selected parliamentary chamber, with the exception of Specialized bodies modules which, because of their excessive length, can be only viewed and printed.