that the President is Head of State while the Prime Minister is Head of Government in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago?
that only the President is authorised to declare a state of public emergency?
that the Presidential colours are gold and royal blue?
that The President’s House, Trinidad and The President’s House, Tobago are more than 130 and 180 years old, respectively?
that the building which houses the Office of the President was first built during Sir Solomon Hochoy’s tenure as Governor General of Trinidad and Tobago?
that the length of a President’s term in office is five years?
that the President of the Senate acts as President in the event that the President is unable to do so?
that according to tradition, the Prime Minister meets with the President weekly in order to fulfill the constitutional obligation (Section 81) to keep the President fully informed concerning matters of government?
that the President delivers seventy-five speeches a year, on average?
that His Excellency Noor Hassanali, the second President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago was the first Muslim head of State in the Americas?
that Arthur N.R. Robinson, the country’s third President is the only person to have served as both Prime Minister and President of Trinidad and Tobago? He was also Chairman of the Tobago House of Assembly.