PNP is bereft of ideas and a vision for the future says Comrade Steve Ashley

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Two elections defeat in Nine months has further plunged the Opposition People`s National Party (PNP) in another round of bloodletting. In an extraordinary letter to Comrades, that is now making the rounds on Social media sites,a well known PNP activist, Steve Ashley slammed the party saying it is “bereft of ideas and a vision for the future of the masses.”

He went on to take a swipe at party leader Portia Simpson Miller`s education. ┬áHe said: “while the PNP was created as a peoples party,intrinsic in the thought pattern of our founding fathers was to create a mixture of the intelligentsia,Middle class and the masses fusing a bond to produce a balanced approach to leadership with the Intelligentsia taking the lead role. What we have today is the reversal of that role with the intelligentsia been cowed into silence.”

He lamented the fact that the proverbial washing of dirty linen in public has the PNP looking like “a Peoples Neurotic Party.”

He finished his strongly worded letter to Comrades by telling them that: “the party in its present state is in no position to tackle the onerous task of presiding over a credible Government of and for the people. We have lost the confidence of the Jamaican people.” He went on to say, “due to our lack of focus on the issues that are important to people`s lives and our departure from the core values of the PNP which old timers like me (Steve Ashley) hold so dear.”

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