PNP Caretaker for Central St James, Andre Hylton, says he’ll push for changes in the party’s system which allows only delegates to vote in internal elections.
He was reacting to criticisms that the party should have allowed all its members to vote in Saturday’s Presidential election, where the incumbent, Dr Peter Phillips, defeated Central Manchester MP Peter Bunting.
He’s also calling on the PNP to engage more working professionals from the middle class.
Mr Hylton says it’s clear Bunting’s message resonated with several comrades.
But, he says his takeaway from the campaign, is the limited political education among some PNP members.