Norton alleges fixing of PNCR electoral process

-urges inclusive leadership to take party forward

Although charging that the electoral process at the PNCR’s just-concluded 18th Biennial Congress was “manipulated” to ensure the re-election of leader David Granger, party stalwart Aubrey Norton yesterday said he was prepared to work with fellow members to craft a strategic plan that could serve as the base for a general elections victory.

Norton also said despite “intentional” efforts by some fellow party members to “malign” him, he remained a committed member of the party and will continue to speak out against practices in its system with which he disagrees. Norton pulled out of the running to be the party’s leader during the Congress last weekend, citing a flawed electoral process, resulting in Granger’s …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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