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NACTA poll: No third-party threat in safe seats

THE PNM and UNC face no threat of losing their safe seats to smaller parties, despite their respective supporters being displeased with some candidates in those seats. But the smaller parties pose a threat in the marginal constituencies in the August 10 general election. This was one finding of a North American Caribbean Teachers Association (NACTA) poll released on Saturday. ...

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NACTA poll: No third-party threat in safe seats

THE PNM and UNC face no threat of losing their safe seats to smaller parties, despite their respective supporters being displeased with some candidates in those seats. But the smaller parties pose a threat in the marginal constituencies in the August 10 general election. This was one finding of a North American Caribbean Teachers Association (NACTA) poll released on Saturday. ...

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NACTA poll: No third-party threat in safe seats

THE PNM and UNC face no threat of losing their safe seats to smaller parties, despite their respective supporters being displeased with some candidates in those seats. But the smaller parties pose a threat in the marginal constituencies in the August 10 general election. This was one finding of a North American Caribbean Teachers Association (NACTA) poll released on Saturday. ...

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NACTA poll: No third-party threat in safe seats

THE PNM and UNC face no threat of losing their safe seats to smaller parties, despite their respective supporters being displeased with some candidates in those seats. But the smaller parties pose a threat in the marginal constituencies in the August 10 general election. This was one finding of a North American Caribbean Teachers Association (NACTA) poll released on Saturday. ...

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NACTA poll: No third-party threat in safe seats

THE PNM and UNC face no threat of losing their safe seats to smaller parties, despite their respective supporters being displeased with some candidates in those seats. But the smaller parties pose a threat in the marginal constituencies in the August 10 general election. This was one finding of a North American Caribbean Teachers Association (NACTA) poll released on Saturday. ...

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Ministry: Licensing working to reduce backlog

With a backlog of transactions to be conducted by the public at licensing offices across the country, the Ministry of Works and Transport (MOWT) has assured that it is ready for the increased volume of work. The shut down of government offices and other businesses for about three months due to covid19 preventative measures, stalled many business and commercial transactions. ...

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Ministry: Licensing working to reduce backlog

With a backlog of transactions to be conducted by the public at licensing offices across the country, the Ministry of Works and Transport (MOWT) has assured that it is ready for the increased volume of work. The shut down of government offices and other businesses for about three months due to covid19 preventative measures, stalled many business and commercial transactions. ...

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Ministry: Licensing working to reduce backlog

With a backlog of transactions to be conducted by the public at licensing offices across the country, the Ministry of Works and Transport (MOWT) has assured that it is ready for the increased volume of work. The shut down of government offices and other businesses for about three months due to covid19 preventative measures, stalled many business and commercial transactions. ...

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Ministry: Licensing working to reduce backlog

With a backlog of transactions to be conducted by the public at licensing offices across the country, the Ministry of Works and Transport (MOWT) has assured that it is ready for the increased volume of work. The shut down of government offices and other businesses for about three months due to covid19 preventative measures, stalled many business and commercial transactions. ...

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Ministry: Licensing working to reduce backlog

With a backlog of transactions to be conducted by the public at licensing offices across the country, the Ministry of Works and Transport (MOWT) has assured that it is ready for the increased volume of work. The shut down of government offices and other businesses for about three months due to covid19 preventative measures, stalled many business and commercial transactions. ...

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