PNP President Portia Simpson Miller is vowing not to comment on calls from within the PNP for her and members of the party’s officer corps to tender their resignations at the next meeting of the party’s powerful National Executive Council, NEC.
Former House Speaker Michael Peart has said the party’s officer corps must offer their resignations.
Central Kingston MP Ronald Thwaites has also made a similar recommendation.
There has also been talk among some prominent members of the PNP that Simpson Miller and senior members of the party secretariat must not be allowed to continue in their jobs.
Addressing the media outside Gordon House today, the Opposition Leader and PNP President said she would not comment on calls for her to step aside.
The PNP leader says she knows her value to the PNP.
Mrs. Simpson Miller says she’s over the disappointment of the election defeat.
Earlier some comrades expressed anger at the PNP election defeat and cursed some JLP MPs as they made their way into Gordon House.
They paused to celebrate Mrs. Simpson Miller’s arrival.
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