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    MSJ stands in solidarity with the Residents of Four Roads Diego Martin
    Political Leader of the Movement for Social Justice, David Abdulah says this country has crucial decisions to make in 2018.
    Morning Edition interview with David Abdulah - YEAR IN REVIEW
    Morning Edition interview with David Abdulah to address the controversies surrounding the Speaker of the House.
    The Movement for Social Justice says both the Government and the Opposition has let down the country following their behaviour in the aftermath of the Anti-gang Bill debate.
    MSJ Republic Day Live Press Conference
    Political Leader of the Movement for Social Justice talks about the Current affairs during a Morning Edition interview
    MSJ Media Conference on Anti gang legislation, comments by the PM other national issues
    MSJ Political Leader David Abdulah discusses politics on the Brunch radio program 
    MSJ media press conference on the on going trinidad and tobago sea bridge fiasco
    MSJ Political Leader David Abdulah discusses Republicanism and the move towards the 2nd Republic on the Brunch radio program
    COTE 2014: Arm Chair Discussion: People Power and Constitutional Reform Speakers Mr. Tony Fraser (moderator), Dr. Olabisi Kuboni, Chair, Constitution Reform Forum (CRF), Mr. David Abdulah, General Secretary, OWTU, and Dr. Bishnu Ragoonath, Head, Department of Political Sciences.
    COTE 2014: Arm Chair Discussion: People Power and Constitutional Reform Speakers Mr. Tony Fraser (moderator), Dr. Olabisi Kuboni, Chair, Constitution Reform Forum (CRF), Mr. David Abdulah, General Secretary, OWTU, and Dr. Bishnu Ragoonath, Head, Department of Political Sciences.
    COTE 2014: Arm Chair Discussion: People Power and Constitutional Reform Speakers Mr. Tony Fraser (moderator), Dr. Olabisi Kuboni, Chair, Constitution Reform Forum (CRF), Mr. David Abdulah, General Secretary, OWTU, and Dr. Bishnu Ragoonath, Head, Department of Political Sciences.
    COTE 2014: Arm Chair Discussion: People Power and Constitutional Reform Speakers Mr. Tony Fraser (moderator), Dr. Olabisi Kuboni, Chair, Constitution Reform Forum (CRF), Mr. David Abdulah, General Secretary, OWTU, and Dr. Bishnu Ragoonath, Head, Department of Political Sciences.
    COTE 2014: Arm Chair Discussion: People Power and Constitutional Reform Speakers Mr. Tony Fraser (moderator), Dr. Olabisi Kuboni, Chair, Constitution Reform Forum (CRF), Mr. David Abdulah, General Secretary, OWTU, and Dr. Bishnu Ragoonath, Head, Department of Political Sciences.
    COTE 2014: Arm Chair Discussion: People Power and Constitutional Reform Speakers Mr. Tony Fraser (moderator), Dr. Olabisi Kuboni, Chair, Constitution Reform Forum (CRF), Mr. David Abdulah, General Secretary, OWTU, and Dr. Bishnu Ragoonath, Head, Department of Political Sciences.
    COTE 2014: Arm Chair Discussion: People Power and Constitutional Reform Speakers Mr. Tony Fraser (moderator), Dr. Olabisi Kuboni, Chair, Constitution Reform Forum (CRF), Mr. David Abdulah, General Secretary, OWTU, and Dr. Bishnu Ragoonath, Head, Department of Political Sciences.
    Political Leader of the Movement of Social Justice David Abdulah has called statements made by Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister Stuart Young dictatorial. Speaking at the MSJ's special congress at the University of the West Indies Conference Centre on Sunday Mr. Abdulah took Minister Young to task for his comments during the Post Cabinet Press Briefing. Minister Young had urged those commenting on the postponement of the Prime Minister's visit to China not to comment without knowing the facts.
    Political Leader of the Movement for Social Justice, David Abdulah, has said the country has turned a blind eye to corruption for far too long. Mr. Adbulah and the MSJ were in Mt. Dor on Thursday evening as part of their MSJ Community Speaks initiative.
    New Grant Residents Complain Of Police Brutality
    David Abdulah says the circumstances surrounding the former Attorney General Anand Ramlogan must be handled by a special prosecution unit of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service.
    Political Leader of the Movement for Social Justice David Abdulah says the solution to addressing the CL Financial matter is not liquidation. Responding to the statements made by Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley that the government has no intention of owning the company, he said both the shareholders and the government have a lot of questions to answer regarding the company.
    Political Leader of the Movement for Social Justice, David Abdulah, says several of the country's established institutions have let the country down. Speaking on Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago, the MSJ leader said on the eve of the 55th anniversary of the independence, it is alarming that so many of the country's post republic institutions continue to fall short of providing the service required of them.
    The Movement for Social Justice believes it is the only alternative for Trinidad and Tobago in the 2020 general election. At a press conference on Saturday, MSJ Leader David Abdulah gave some insight into the party's preparations for the next election but they aren't certain as yet which seats they'll contest. He said no other party can offer ideas for transformation of the country.
    Leader of the Movement for Social Justice, David Abdulah, says this country has a problem with governance, not Governments.
    Political Leader of the Movement for Social Justice David Abdulah says Government must make a clear decision when it comes to appointing a Public Utilities Minister.
    Elections in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela were free and fair. This is the message from Head of the Movement for Social Justice (MSJ), David Abdulah, who described the process he said he witnessed personally on October 15th, and which brought him to the conclusion that no foul play occurred.
    Leader of the Movement for Social Justice, David Abdulah, says while he supports the name change for the Caribbean New Media Group back to TTT, it should not be at the workers' expense.
    The Movement for Social Justice has likened persons who are opposed to having Dominican hurricane victims seek shelter in T&T to Donald Trump. The MSJ Leader, David Abdulah, said citizens should realise that 99% of them have immigrant ancestry and as a result, they should be generous to those in need.
    The Head of the Movement for Social Justice, David Abdulah, says he has no confidence in the newly-appointed Petrotrin Board because of the manner in which it was done. He said the appointment of the Board goes against recommendations made by a previous Petrotrin Review Committee which was tasked with conducting a review of the operations of State-owned Petrotrin.
    The leader of the Movement for Social Justice David Abdulah is calling for all Chaguaramas leases signed under the former People's Partnership administration to be nullified. He said the leases are contrary to the law because they did not have Parliamentary Approval. And he wants Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley to keep the promise he made to void all leases if he was elected into Government.
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