Trinidad’s First President Sir Ellis Clark Dies At 92

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Sir Ellis Clark, the first President of Trinidad has died at 92. Clark helped create Trinidad and Tobago’s constitution and was the country’s first President after the country ceased to be a republic of England in 1976.

Clark was knighted by Queen Elizabeth of England in 1972 and has served as an ambassador to the U.S., Mexico, Canada and the United Nations.

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