Tue | Sep 26, 2017

PNP delegates vote to replace South St Andrew chairman Davies

Published:Saturday | July 30, 2016 | 7:54 PM
Dr Omar Davies has indicated that he will not be seeking re-election as constituency chairman as he prepares to quit representational politics.

People’s National Party (PNP) delegates in South St Andrew are today scheduled to elect a new constituency chairman to replace Member of Parliament Dr Omar Davies.

Former Cabinet ministers Mark Golding and Colin Campbell, as well as long-time South St Andrew resident Dr Wesley Morris have been nominated to contest the special election.

Just over 70 delegates are down to cast ballots.

Senator Golding and Campbell have been actively campaigning in the constituency which was first contested in a General Election in 1967.

Davies has indicated that he will not be seeking re-election as constituency chairman as he prepares to quit representational politics.