Thursday 1 October, 2020

Five MSJ candidates undergo hassle free nomination process

Photo of Point Fortin candidate Ernesto Kesar and his supporters

Photo of Point Fortin candidate Ernesto Kesar and his supporters

The five candidates for David Abdulah's Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) political party have been successful in filing their nomination to run for the August 10 general election.

Radhaka Gualbance who is vying for the Fyzabad constituency, was the first to undergo the exercise.

The other nominees are Abdulah for Point a Pierre, Marlon Greaves for La Brea, Renee St Rose for Diego Martin Central and Ernesto Kesar for Point Fortin. 

According to a statement from the MSJ, the process was smooth and hassle free.

"Having completed this part of the electoral process, the Movement for Social Justice now presses ahead in its campaign to ensure our candidates are ready to step into the halls and take their place to be a voice for the people in the parliament of Trinidad and Tobago," the press release ended.

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