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All set for Sunday's clash in St Andrew South West

Published:Saturday | July 29, 2017 | 12:00 AM
Julian Robinson (center) PNP General Secretary watch as Angela Brown-Burke (left) and Audrey Smith-Facey sign the code of conduct at a PNP press conference discussing Sunday's selection contest at the PNP Headquarters on Wednesday.

The People's National Party (PNP) says everything is in place for Sunday's special selection conference in the St Andrew South West constituency.

PNP councillors Audrey Smith-Facey and Angela Brown-Burke are seeking to replace former Member of Parliament Portia Simpson Miller. 

PNP General Secretary Julian Robinson says the selection process is being managed by the party secretariat and has sought to assurance that all systems are in place for the vote.

A total of 1,927 delegates are eligible to vote.

PNP president Dr Peter Phillips has appealed to supporters to ensure that the selection process is peaceful and fair.