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MINISTER of the Arts and Multiculturalism Dr Lincoln Douglas will give $190 million to cover Carnival costs, but most of it, $150 million, will be used to pay debts incurred since 2010, he told yesterday’s post-Cabinet news briefing at the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM), St Clair.


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This is not money to cover cost, it is to pay a debt.

This is really money to cover corruption!

From all appearances, it would seem that the elected government too are in full support of the corruption at Pan Headquarters. If pan players do not take a stand ; this will continue into the next century, if pan survives that long. Pan and Pan-Players in danger.

I take it you mean in T&T, In the outside world it will survive as long as it stays out of the clutches of Pan Trinbago.  

T. Noel  JP


Melodians Steel Orchestra UK.

This is what you call government funding of corruption.

This is the BIG CORRUPTION every year the NCC in cahoots with the Contractors who put up the North Stand - BREAK IT DOWN only to put it up again year after year - CASH COW for the NCC & CONTRACTORS this is going on for a LONG, LONG, LONG time....TT TaxPayers OPEN YOUR EYES.....


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