SIXTY MEMBERS will be honoured when the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) celebrates its 60th anniversary next week.
This was announced yesterday by George Pilgrim, the general secretary, during a news conference at DLP headquarters.
He said that the honorees were made up of two rank-and-file members from each of the party’s 30 branches.
“These are members who have toiled in excess of over 40 years,” he said. “Collectively these 60 persons that we will be honouring represent over 2 400 years of party service and loyalty.” (MB)
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