Dookeran may lead Trinidad party

The former governor of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, Winston Dookeran, may become leader of the main opposition party in Trinidad after the incumbent announced he would not be running for the post again.

Basdeo Panday and Dookeran, a former minister in the 1986-91 government of then Prime Minister ANR Robinson, held discussions last weekend and media reports said that certain suggestions had been discussed regarding Dookeran's assuming the political leader post, the Caribbean Media

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