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GMTT - Former Arima West Candidate Expects "Something Positive" Out Of Gov't & Opposition Meeting

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Something positive - that's what former Arima West/O'Meara Candidate Roland Keith Pereira expects will come out of Friday's meeting between the Government and the Opposition.

Mr. Pereira says Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley's decision to meet with Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar is one of maturity. He believes that when both delegations meet the interest of the country will take precedence over any political affiliations.

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