Douglas Wants PNP to Outline Strategy to Reach Low-to-Middle-Income Jamaicans


PNP Councilor, Kari Douglas, is urging the party leadership to outline specific details about how the PNP plans to improve the lives of low to middle-income earners should it form the next government.

Councilor Douglas says it’s also necessary for the PNP leadership to outline a clear vision which indicates what the party stands for.

Douglas says the time for such announcements is fast approaching given that a General Election is due in 2021 but could be called sooner.

Ms. Douglas says she agrees with most of the recommendations made by the PNPYO and its President Krystal Tomlinson to improve the PNP as a political organization.

Those recommendations were outlined yesterday during a meeting of the PNP’s National Executive Council, NEC.

Councilor Douglas is refusing to be drawn on criticism about Dr. Phillips’ leadership of the PNP.

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