Candlelight vigil against Runoff Bill

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JUST under 100 protestors attended a candlelight vigil last night outside Tower D, Port-of-Spain, the seat of Parliament, where the Senate will today debate the controversial Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2014.

JUST under 100 protestors attended a candlelight vigil last night outside Tower D, Port-of-Spain, the seat of Parliament, where the Senate will today debate the controversial Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2014.

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