Labour Party holds 78th Annual National Conference on Sunday

A section of the delegates to the Labour Party’s 77th National Convention in 2009

ST. KITTS, MAY 14TH 2010 (CUOPM) – With its historic fourth-term election victory in January, the governing St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party holds its 78th Annual National Conference this coming Sunday 16th May.

The Labour Party’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Ms. Wanda Connor disclosed the delegates will meet at Beaumont Park under the theme “Commitment and Efficiency today means greater advancement for all.”

She said the Opening Session begins at 10:00 A.M. with over 500 delegates and dignitaries from the diplomatic and consular corps and non-governmental organisations in attendance.

Welcome and opening remarks will come from Labour Party Chairman and Senior Minister and Minister of International Trade, Industry and Commerce; Agriculture, Marine Resources, Consumer Affairs and Constituency Empowerment, Dr. the Hon. Timothy Harris, M.P. (St. Christopher 7 – Labour).

The huge crowd on January 26th 2010 – the day after the Janaury 25th General Election

Following the remarks by the Featured Speaker, Professor of Political Science at UWI’s Mona Campus, Jamaica, Dr. Neville Duncan, the newly-crowned Miss Labour 2010/2011, her runners-up and other contestants and the honouring of the mothers from the 8 constituencies on St. Kitts, the National Political Party Leader, Prime Minister Hon. Dr. Denzil L. Douglas, M.P. (St. Christopher 6 – Labour), will address the Conference.

The public session will be followed by the Business Session attended only by delegates during which the Conference will receive the Report of the National Executive and the Financial Report from the Treasurer.

Resolutions from the National Executive, the 8 branches, Young Labour and Labour Women will be debated and auditors will be elected.

The Conference will also elect officers and the new National Executive before the adjournment.

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