Former Jamaican MP, Damion Crawford Featured Speaker For The St Kitts-Nevis Labour Party 84th Annual Conference On Sunday

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SKN PULSE, Wednesday 18 May 2016 -The St. Kitts and Nevis Labour Party is holding its 84th Annual Conference on Sunday 22nd May 2016 at The Royal St.Kitts Hotel from 10 am until.

Attendees to the conference would have the honour to meet and listen to the dynamic Damion Crawford who rose to political stardom in Jamaica in 2011 after winning the St. Andrew East Rural Constituency.

Mr. Crawford is a former president of the People’s National Party Youth Organization (PNPYO), holding office from 2008 to 2011. He created history by being the first elected Rastafarian member of Parliament in Jamaica.

The outline for the conference is as follows:

– Public Session which will feature the Invocation; Welcome Remarks by the Party Chairperson, the Hon. Marcella Liburd;

– Fraternal Greetings; Presentation of Awards to the 2016 Miss Labour contestants and the Honouring of the Mothers from the 8 constituencies in St. Kitts.

The Keynote address will be delivered by Party Leader and Leader of the Opposition, the Rt. Hon. Dr. Denzil L. Douglas.

While the Featured Address will be given by Special Guest Speaker, Mr. Damion Crawford, former MP (State Minister of Tourism and Entertainment)  for the People’s National Party (PNP) of Jamaica.

Other aspects of the conference includes:  The Annual Report from the National Executive of the Party; the Treasurer’s and Auditor’s Reports; Resolutions from the Executive and other branches of the Party which includes Young Labour and Labour Women. Additionally, the Election of Auditors and a new Executive Committee for the ensuing year.

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