PLP to review party constitution
The Progressive Labour Party has launched a review of its constitution.
The move, announced today, is being spearheaded by a new sub-committee, which is encouraging input from grass-roots members.
Lauren Bell, the PLP deputy chairwoman, said: “This review will enable us to strengthen our core principles and ensure that our party's governance structure is reflective of our members' voices.
“The first phase of this consultation and collaboration will involve inviting party members to submit their proposed changes via a survey.
“The survey link will be circulated to all members and the deadline for submissions is April 15, 2023.
“This initiative underscores the PLP's commitment to engaging all members in the decision-making process, ensuring that the party remains accessible and inclusive.”
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