Government Elections to be held in Trinidad and Tobago
Local Government elections will be held in Trinidad and Tobago on November 28.
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley who made the announcement on Thursday during a post Cabinet press briefing, also said nomination day will be on November 7.
Rowley told reporters that while the government could have had the election in January , other things were taken into consideration such as elections in the Tobago House of Assembly.
The last Local Government Election was held in October 2013.
Both the People’s National Movement and the United National Congress have been screening for candidates to represent the party as local government councillors since August.
Local Government reform, which was promised by the PNM prior to elections, is expected to also go to parliament before the year ends.
However, Local Government Minister Franklyn Khan has said changes would not affect the upcoming election.