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PNPYO suspends three senior members

Published:Monday | July 22, 2013 | 5:15 PM

The People’s National Party Youth Organisation (PNPYO) has announced a series of disciplinary measures including a two year suspension, against three of its senior members.



The most severe penalty was reserved for chairman of the Kingston Chapter, Keron Woods who has been suspended for two years with immediate effect.



Head of the PNPYO’s St Catherine South division, Michael Nunes has been suspended for 16 months while Kevan Brown who heads St Mary west, has received an eight-month suspension.



The PNPYO says the decisions of its Central Committee follow an investigation and report by its Disciplinary Commission into the actions of the members that brought the Organisation into disrepute.



Woods was cited in May by the organisation for breaching its Constitution after he issued a press release criticising PNPYO President Alric Campbell for not consulting with the membership before announcing that the organisation did not support a Commission of Enquiry into the 2010 Tivoli Gardens incursion.



Meanwhile, the three suspended members have been instructed to send signed letters of apology to the National Council and to perform community service.



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