The BBC made a documentary about the Venezuelans in T&T: Source 6j I notice that many Venezuelans tend to think they have rights to education, work and other things that locals often struggle to get. I have been trying to get proper education for my own children for a very long time and been ignored completely yet the government has done its utmost to help the Venezuelans. I have no beef with the "Venez", as they call them here, but I do have serious concerns about the way the country is managed and the way citizens are treated.
PM Rowley vex with that BBC broadcast because it making him look shame. He want to formally write a complaint to the UK government over it. Isn't there more important things to do? Like he don't know what people really think at ground level? Total disconnect from the roots.
We interrupt Trinidad & Tobago vs Venezuela to share infobreak from yesteryear:
Today is: 14th December (GMT), in history on the 14th of December, 1985 AD the following event happened:
US Foreign Minister George Shultz arrives in West Berlin