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Portia tells comrades to temper expectations
2012-09-16 13:49:45 | (0 Comments)
People's National Party (PNP) president Portia Simpson Miller has reportedly told delegates to seek to temper their expectations of the Government.
PNP president Portia Simpson Miller registers at the Jamaica College for the closed-door session on Saturday. Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
Peter Bunting, the General Secretary of the PNP, told the public session of the party's conference today that Simpson Miller issued the charge yesterday.
"What the JLP (Jamaica Labour Party) mash up in four years cannot be fixed in eight months," Bunting said Simpson Miller told the delegates of the 74th annual conference.
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Bunting, a short while ago, announced that there was no change in the party hierarchy as all the members were relected by acclaim.
He called on stage re-elected PNP vice-presidents Angella Brown-Burke, Noel Arscott, Derrick Kellier and Dr Fenton Ferguson.
Re-elected party leader Simpson later arrived at the Arena to loud cheers and the blowing of vuvuzelas.
Simpson Miller hit the stage dancing to the rhythm of the Portia Train.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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