NJAC hopes MSJ will reconsider
The National Joint Action Committee (NJAC) said yesterday it considered the withdrawal by the Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) from the People's Partnership as very unfortunate.
In a press release, NJAC, one of the remaining four members of the coalition government, said this was so, especially in light of the significance of the People's Partnership to the pursuit of the growth and development of Trinidad aid Tobago.
"NJAC has always recognised that this new dimension of coalition politics would bring with it new challenges and would therefore demand a more conciliatory approach in the conduct of our nation's political affairs.
"NJAC is quite appreciative of the MSJ'S contribution and commitment to the growth and development of Trinidad and Tobago and hopes that it will review its decision to withdraw its participation from the process of building a new and just society as structured by the People's Partnership.
" NJAC remains fully committed to continuing this process of a more collective approach to nation-building through its involvement in the People's Partnership," the release stated.