Putting the PNC/R back together again

Long after the contest between David Granger and Carl Greenidge for the PNC/R’s presidential candidature had passed and gone, Party insiders were alluding to what they claimed was a lingering division between the rival camps that wasn’t going away. It transpired, those sources say, that the rift persisted through the 2011 general elections, extending itself into the more recent contest between the two men for the leadership of the PNC/R.

The rivalry may not have amounted to a public confrontation but party members and supporters were certainly aware of an ongoing feud in which persons took sides, using the media both to make their favured candidate’s case to be Party Leader as well as to put down the rival candidate.

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