(Trinidad Newsday) THE collapse of the David Granger-led government in Guyana after a no-confidence motion could not happen in Trinidad & Tobago, because of the differences in the two countries’ political systems.

That’s the word from former prime minister Basdeo Panday, who, in a telephone interview yesterday, also predicted that elections due in 2019 and 2020 will witness the two main parties (the ruling PNM and the Opposition UNC) play “musical chairs” in Parliament, unless constitutional reform becomes a reality.     Continue reading