Granger sees no damage to PNCR’s image

-after contentious congress polls

PNCR leader David Granger perceives no damage to the party’s image after criticisms of the electoral process at its recent 18th Biennial Congress, including a charge by an opponent that problems with the accreditation of some delegates were to ensure his reelection.

Political analyst Christopher Ram, on the other hand, believes the question ought not to be whether damage was done, but how much, and how long the damage done will plague the party.

Granger conveyed his position to Stabroek News during a brief interview yesterday, reiterating the position of several ranking party members that the latest congress was a success. Granger believes that though attempts were made by small group to tarnish the party’s image, they failed.

The group Granger refers to comprises those led by Sharma Solomon and Aubrey Norton. Solomon and Norton, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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