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PNP to wrap up islandwide road tour with Portia Simpson Miller Square rally

Published:Tuesday | February 23, 2016 | 2:16 PM
PNP President Portia Simpson Miller is expected to deliver the main address, at the party's mass rally this evening at Portia Simpson Miller Square, as she makes a last effort to convince Jamaicans to return her administration.

The People’s National Party (PNP) will end their series of public meetings with a rally in Portia Simpson Miller Square in St Andrew this evening.

PNP President, Portia Simpson Miller is expected to deliver the main address as she makes a last effort to convince Jamaicans to return her administration.

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According to the PNP, she will outline the plans and policies in place to ensure a brighter future for Jamaica.

Simpson Miller is currently on a gruelling two days of campaign activities before the 24-hour quiet period for Election Day.

Simpson Miller was scheduled to visit 11 constituencies in St Catherine, Clarendon, St Mary and Manchester between yesterday and today.

That tour will end at this evening’s rally in her South West St Andrew constituency.

PNP Campaign Spokesman, Delano Franklin, says the party is using the two days to cap-off its election campaign.

 

Franklin says the PNP will abide by an invitation from the Electoral Commission of Jamaica and the Broadcasting Commission to end campaign activities 24 hours before the election.

Meanwhile, the Jamaica Labour Party has not yet stated how it will wrap up its campaign.