Trinidad and Tobago. The United National Congress (UNC) won 19 of the parliament’s 36 seats in the December elections. But accusations of electoral fraud the opposition party People’s National Movement forced the appointment of a new head of government.
- ABBREVIATIONFINDER: Offers three letter and two letter abbreviations for the country of Trinidad and Tobago. Also covers country profile such as geography, society and economy.
|Land area||5,128 km²|
|Residents per km²||235.7|
|Capital||Port of Spain|
|Income per capita||$ 31,300|
|Currency||Trinidad and Tobago dollars|
|ISO 3166 code||TT|
|Telephone code||+ 1-868|
|Time zone UTC||-4|
|Geographic coordinates||11 00 N, 61 00 W.|
According to COUNTRYAAH, the population of Trinidad and Tobago in 2000 was 1,267,042, ranking number 150 in the world. The population growth rate was 0.210% yearly, and the population density was 247.0084 people per km2.