Every law is and infraction of liberty. --Jeremy Bentham
So they find 90 ILLEGAL Venezuelans in the in the forest and decide to let them stay so they can get amnesty and the government wondering how they getting through our borders when they are the ones letting it happen. Where these men going to live?
So its only when they decide to release the 100 immigrants they find in the forests that the PM realize we should not be doing this after his government gave them all the necessary reason to do it. Trinidad is not a real place.
What health checks are being done on all those Venezuelans coming here. Do they have their vaccinations, AIDs, etc?
It is easy to criticize, what is the USA doing to take in some of these refugees, why would they expect a small island to handle a crisis from a huge country like Venezuela?
With unrest at their shores, Trinidad and Tobago’s government continues to avoid formal asylum legislation. It has also not taken political sides on the unraveling situation in Venezuela, instead choosing to remain officially neutral. Meanwhile, the United States and many allies have backed opposition leader Juan Guiadó as Venezuela’s president, and countries such as Russia and Cuba have thrown their support behind incumbent president Nicolás Maduro. Source 7g.
We interrupt Trinidad & Tobago vs Venezuela to share caption from one historian to you:
Today is: 17th July (GMT), in history on the 17th of July, 1954 AD the following event happened:
Theodor Heuss re-elected President of West Germany