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PM Rowley Vows Not To Vote At OAS Until Guaidó Rep Goes

(Trinidad Guardian) Trinidad and Tobago will not participate in voting during any matter of the Organisation of American States (OAS) until it reinstates a representative from Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro’s regime and removes the representative of his political challenger Juan Guaidó.

“We go to the meetings but we not voting on any resolutions or supporting any resolutions where the people who are sitting there representing countries are not proper,” Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley said on the issue yesterday.

Rowley made this clear while addressing the media during the post-Cabinet press briefing at the Diplomatic Centre, St Ann’s, as he declared his displeasure at OAS secretary general Luis Almagro’s statements on recent incidents involving Venezuelan migrants in relation to T&T.

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