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Wednesday, 20 June 2018 17:43

Ramdeen: Murder Rate Rising Despite Anti-Gang Law

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UNC Senator, Gerald Ramdeen, says Government has failed the country in dealing with the crime situation, and he says it's time for citizens to say enough is enough.

Mr. Ramdeen held a News Conference on Wednesday to express concern over rising crime in the country.

He said despite the Opposition giving its support to the anti-gang legislation and the law being proclaimed, the murder rate continues to rise.

Mr. Ramdeen said the Opposition gave the Government all the support it needed to pass the anti-gang legislation. Yet, he said, Trinidad and Tobago is more unsafe than ever before with gangs infiltrating every constituency in the country.

Mr. Ramdeen said more children and women have been killed under this administration than any other.

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