Independent Liberal Party leader Jack Warner says he will unveil his candidates the day after the UNC presents their slate.
The ILP leader made the statement while on a tour of the Marabella train line on Saturday.
The ILP has so far named one candidate for the General election, Nigel Reyes.
According to Mr. Warner, The ILP toured train line in Marabella and Bangladesh in St. Joseph, both impoverished communities, in the hope that foreign media would show issues bigger than the Jack Warner FIFA scandal.
He however could not escape questions about FIFA, and said he would not reveal anything against current FIFA president Sepp Blatter.
Mr. Warner had planned to go to Laventille on Sunday morning, but postponed his trip after the foreign media said they would be unavailable.
Members of Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar's Cabinet say they don't know anything about Marijuana found at her Philippine home back in 2013.
Responding to an Express Newspaper article which that claimed former National Security Minister Jack Warner admitted that he and former deputy Commissioner of Police Mervyn Richardson were part of a plan to bury the alleged discovery of marijuana at the Prime Minister's home on April 12, 2013.
Minister of Works and Infrastructure, Dr Surujrattan Rambachan warned the public that during this election period they must not be brainwashed by reports.
Also commenting on the matter was Labour Minister Errol Mc Leod.
Mr. McLeod said while he isn't aware of such allegations Mr. Warner needs to stop pointing fingers.
Both Ministers spoke at the Official Opening of the Bridge at Cedarhill Road, Claxton Bay, also known as the Bull Bull Bridge.
Dr. Roodal Moonilal says Jack Warner is attempting to avoid his extradition to the United States, by getting into trouble with local law enforcement.
The Housing Minister, who was quoted in a newspaper article which details yet another of Mr. Warner's alleged revelations concerning the Prime Minister, says Mr. Warner seems intent on facing charges in Trinidad.
The Minister was speaking at the latest HDC housing distribution event at Corinth Hill, San Fernando.
He said 6,800 hundred families now own a home and 500 more are to be selected on the July 15th.