Hype, no substance

Sunday, September 23, 2018

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Both audible gasps and “I told you so's” followed the results of the People's National Party vice-presidential race at its 80th anniversary conference when the previously booted Damion Crawford garnered the most votes to be crowned one of the party's four VPs. But commentator Dr Louis Moyston is not caught up in the jet stream, as he suggests that the “Crawford euphoria” is altogether a political mirage and a costly error. He questions whether the youngster has been a responsible leader, and says his rise is backed by vengeance and divisiveness. Put him in “short pants”, charges Moyston, as he'll soon be useless to the party. Read this critique on Page 6 of The Agenda.

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