The People’s National Congress will hold its much anticipated biennial congress “by the end of November,” but no later than December 13th this year. The party made this announcement on Friday morning.
“The Congress will be for delegates only, decentralised, and hybrid. It will be conducted over one day at Party Congress Houses in the respective regions,” Party’s Chairman Volda Lawrence said on Friday during a press briefing.
The Central Executive of the Party met this week and approved recommendations from an earlier review committee, to hold the Party’s Congress.
This long awaited congress is expected to see a review of the party’s performance in the March 2020 elections as well as elections for the Central Executive Committee.