PNCR rules disregarded at congress, Solomon restates

-questions credibility of polls

Region 10 Chairman Sharma Solomon and the group he leads have restated their belief that the rules of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) were not adhered to during the party’s 18th Biennial Congress, bringing into question the transparency and fairness of its elections.

“It also bring brings into question if the will of the people were truly made known,” Solomon said in an evaluation of the secretariat’s treatment of the party’s electoral process for the congress, which was released yesterday.

This analysis followed a detailed explanation by Solomon of the events which resulted during the July 25 to July 27 Congress, where David Granger was re-elected unopposed as …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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