Sharma Solomon says he is the change PNCR needs

-issues caution about voting conditions

Candidate for leadership of the PNCR, Sharma Solomon yesterday said he represents the change that the party needs but added that his chances of victory depended on the circumstances under which the will of the people is expressed.

His remark would be seen as a reference to longstanding concerns about the integrity of voting at PNCR congresses and more recent qualms about voting cards for party members.

In what will be seen as a criticism of the stewardship of incumbent David Granger, Solomon also warned in a statement about the PNCR losing direction and individual rights being denied in the party. The point about individual rights appears to be a reference to a party charge levelled against fellow Lindener,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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