Biennial Congress Elections Results
People’s National Congress Reform wishes to formally announce the
results of the elections for Party Officers and members of the
Party’s Central Executive Committee at its just concluded 14th
Biennial Congress, August 29, 2004.
Robert H.O. Corbin, MP, was it’s sole nominee by Party Groups from
across the country for the position of Party Leader and was,
therefore, re-elected unopposed.
other elected Party Officers are: Mr. Winston Murray, CCH, MP,
Chairman, Mr. Basil Williams, MP, Vice-Chairman, Mrs. Deborah Backer,
MP, Vice-Chairman. The fifteen (15) elected members of the Central
Executive Committee are Mr. Stanley Ming, MP, Mr. Deryck Bernard, MP,
Mr. Jerome Khan, MP, Mr. Vincent Alexander, MP, Mr. Oscar Clarke, Mr.
James Mc Allister, MP, Dr. Dalgleish Joseph, MD, MP, Mr. Aubrey
Norton, Mrs. Clarissa Riehl, MP, Dr. George Norton, MP, Mr. Ivor
Allen, MP, Mr. E. Lance Carberry, MP, Ms. Amna Ally, MP, Ms. Supriya
Singh and Mr. Joseph Hamilton.
a consequence of the recommendations of the Party’s Strategic
Leadership Retreat, held from February14-16, 2003, with respect to the
reorganization of the Party’s management, including the
establishment of a more broad base management team, and the subsequent
decision of the Central Executive Committee and approved by the
Party’s General Council, Congress amended the Party Constitution to
provide for the appointment of Directors as well as for Advisors to
the Party Leader.
appointment of the following Directors and Advisors was announced by
the Party Leader:
Mr. Vincent Alexander, Director of Mobilisation, Head of the Party’s
Election Committee and Special Advisor to the Party Leader on
- Mr. Deryck Bernard, Director of Policy
- Mr. Stanley Ming, Director of Economic
Ventures and Special Advisor to the Party Leader on Economic issues.
- Mr. Raphael Trotman, Director of Legal
Affairs and Special Advisor to the Party Leader on International
- Ms. Supriya Singh, Director of Public
- Mrs. Volda Lawrence, Director of Human
Services and Welfare.
- Dr. George Norton, Director of
National Congress Reform
August 31, 2004