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|Trinidad Finance Minister discusses coalition politics with President Ramotar|
|Wednesday, 30 May 2012 21:44|
PRESIDENT Donald Ramotar and Trinidad and Tobago’s Minister of Finance Winston Dookeran engaged in a productive discourse yesterday on coalition politics which is now a new experience on the twin island republic.
The meeting took place at Office of the President in Georgetown where Minister Dookeran paid a courtesy call on President Ramotar after meeting other officials earlier at the Guyana International Conference Centre, Liliendaal for the Caribbean Development Roundtable (CDR) discussion on solutions to current development challenges.
During the discourse with the Guyanese Head of State, Minister Dookeran presented his recently published book: ‘Power Politics and Performance’ to President Ramotar.
Speaking to the Government Information Agency (GINA) after the meeting, Minister Dookeran gave an insight into the book which he said addressed the political challenges being experienced in his homeland.
With President Ramotar scheduled to deliver an address today at the 24th Ministerial Session of the Caribbean Development and Cooperation Committee of The Economic Commission of Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), Minister Dookeran said he is anticipating some perspectives on a new direction.
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