Friday 25 September, 2020

Watch: MSJ leader says party hopes to make dent in election

Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) Political Leader David Abdulah displays his stained finger shortly after casting his ballot at the Preysal Community Centre on August 10, 2020

Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) Political Leader David Abdulah displays his stained finger shortly after casting his ballot at the Preysal Community Centre on August 10, 2020

Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) Political Leader and Pointe-a-Pierre candidate David Abdulah says his party hopes to leave its mark in the 2020 General Election.

The MSJ is contesting a total of five seats, including Couva South, Point Fortin, La Brea, Fyzabad and Diego Martin Central.

Speaking with reporters after casting his ballot at the Preysal Community Centre, Abdulah said the process was smooth and quick. He added there were no reports of irregularities.

The MSJ Leader also spoke about his party's plans for election night.

Abdulah called on political leaders and supporters to be responsible amid the increase in COVID-19 cases.



"We do respect the COVID-19 regulations and their has been a second wave, and it is something that is worrying. Therefore, all is us have to be responsible, especially leaders."

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