JAMAICA: Dr Peter Phillips Elected PNP President

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KINGSTON, Jamaica, Mar 27 2017 – The main opposition People’s National Party (PNP), has a new president.

On Sunday, during a special delegates conference at the National Arena, Dr. Peter Phillips was elected as the fifth president of the 78-year-old party, taking over from Portia Simpson Miller who led the party since 2006.

In her final address as president, Simpson Miller urged supporters to stand beside their new leader.

“He is your new leader, and he will need you as much as I needed you.”

Simpson Miller, who was the island’s first female Prime Minister, thanked the crowd for standing with her over the years.

“It has been a privilege of a lifetime to have served as your president. I will never forget you …” she said in an emotional speech.

Phillips took a public oath office upon assuming the presidency, that was administered by former PNP President and Prime Minister, P.J. Patterson who said the new party president will not be alone in fixing the internal problems.

“We are certain that the road will be rocky. But we cannot allow progress to falter, nor our energy to wane,” said Patterson.

The former Prime Minister also said Phillips must tackle a “new frontier” that involves the eradication of poverty and ignorance, while fighting against corruption, discrimination and exploitation.

According to Patterson, the PNP must also deal with issues related to crime and violence.

Shortly after begin sworn in, Phillips,68, thanked both Simpson Miller and Patterson and pledged to addressed several pressing matters including poverty and homelessness.

Phillips, follows in the footsteps of Norman Manley, the party’s first president, his son Michael Manley, PJ Patterson, and Simpson Miller.

Michael Manley, Patterson and Simpson Miller served as Prime Ministers while Norman Manley served as Chief Minister from 1955 to 1959 and later Premier from 1959 to 1962.

Simpson Miller will step down as leader of the opposition on April 2.

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