Democratic Labour Party president Verla De Peiza (centre) is flanked by first vice president Irene Sandiford-Garner and Andre Worrell. (GP)
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The Democratic Labour Party (DLP) today announced six members who would speak on national issues.
President Verla De Peiza named them during a media briefing at the DLP’s George Street, St Michael, headquarters earlier today.
Defeated candidates George Connolly and Nicholas Alleyne will speak on innovation and technology, and transport, respectively.
Former senator Andre Worrell has responsibility for agriculture and the environment and Gregory Walters has the portfolio for business.
General secretary Guyson Mayers will speak on legal issues.
De Peiza said she would continue to address issues on finance and economics.
The party also announced the remaining activities for the 64th anniversary celebrations this weekend.
On Friday night, 150 new members will be inducted, a farmers market will take place at 8 a.m. Saturday and the thanksgiving service will be held at headquarters from 10 a.m. Sunday. This will be followed by a luncheon. (SAT)