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PNP looks to shake up leadership selection process

Sep 17th, 2022 | Category: EDITORS' FORUM | 10:41
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#JamaicaGleaner #PNP #MarkGolding #DrDaytonCampbell #Delegates #Vote #EditorsForum SEPTEMBER 17, 2022: The Opposition People’s National Party (PNP) is expected to present two pivotal resolutions to its annual conference on Sunday, September 18 which, if approved, will change the way the leadership corps of the 84-year-old organisation is selected. The Mark Golding-led hierarchy is seeking to widen the democratic process within the party by allowing its approximately 30,000 members to vote in internal elections instead of continuing with the decades-old delegates system currently in place. Along with the universal voting rights at the local level, PNP members within the diaspora are also expected to obtain the right to vote through a second resolution.

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