More News on PNP Vice President Elections...

KINGSTON, (PNP HQ). Updated Monday 2005 February 7

The PNP vice presidential elections was held on Saturday 2005 February 5 at the gymnasium of the Mico Teacher's College. The four incumbent VPs were returned while challenger Comrade Paul Burke failed in his bid to secure one of the positions. Click on the news links below for more information on the elections.

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