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Anthony Hylton supports Phillips to remain PNP president

Sunday, June 23, 2019

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Western St Andrew Member of Parliament Anthony Hylton has expressed his support for People's National Party (PNP) leader Peter Phillips to continue in his position.

According to Hylton, Phillips has proved the best person to lead the transition of the Jamaican economy in its current growth path.

“It is equally true that he is best placed to lead the complex task of transitioning the party in a period of change and uncertainty,” he said.

Hylton stated that Phillips' record of performance at all levels of the party and across government ministries, provides the requisite experience and demonstrated values on which the party and all Jamaican can rely during this period of insecurity and pervasive corruption that threatens the gains of the previous PNP administration.

“I support Peter David Phillips to remain the party president, to heal the party after this presidential challenge and to lead a united team to victory in the next election cycle,” he declared.


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