Political Commentator: Don’t Take PNP Unity at Face Value

Political Commentator, Helene Davis Whyte says the recent display of unity by the Opposition People’s National Party (PNP) at a central Kingston Conference Saturday, should not be assessed at face value. This as she explains the unity needed can only be assured when members of the one PNP faction can venture into the Rise United Camp without issue, and vice versa.

Davis Whyte says recent upheavals have also rendered the People’s National Party unprepared for the upcoming local govt elections.

Davis Whyte says recent upheavals have also rendered the party unprepared for the upcoming local govt elections.

At the Annual PNP Conference in central Kingston, southeast St Ann MP Lisa Hanna vocalized her full support for Party President Mark Golding. Only last year Hanna lost her presidential bid to Golding. Additionally, two influential members who resigned a week ago were present at the conference. But is this a sign that the PNP is finally putting their differences aside and uniting?

Political commentator Helene Davis Whyte says it is simply too hard to judge a party’s unity at face value.

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