Puli suggests direct election of PN leader by party members
Former Parliamentary Secretary Clyde Puli has floated the idea of a direct election of the new PN leader by the members of the party.
The leader is currently elected by the members of the party’s National Council – some 800 people nominated by the various party committees.
However, writing on facebook, Mr Puli said the party needed to not only be close to the people, but be the party of the people, open to all those who wished to contribute towards a common ideal.
He therefore suggested the holding of a Congress of Party Members for a more open method of electing the party leader.