PNP launches annual conference

News post September 10, 2015

Published:Thursday | September 10, 2015|Gary Spaulding, Senior Gleaner Writer

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller and Finance Minister Dr Peter Phillips have given clear indications that an election will be called this year.

The PNP this morning launched its 77th annual conference slated for September 18-20.

At a press conference to launch the conference, PNP chairman Robert Pickersgill said the second of the three-day conference will focus on election preparations and the organisational state of the PNP.

He also said the work of the PNP during the 2014/2015 political year will come under scrutiny.

 

He also used this morning’s press conference to outline a slew of achievements of the governing party.

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller and Finance Minister Dr Peter Phillips have given clear indications that an election will be called this year.

published by The Gleaner.

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