Norton shrugs off criticism in run to become PNCR Leader
Speaking with reporters today Norton believes at this stage the party needs to be mobilized and re-organized and be a force to be reckoned with.
Norton said he always argued for a separation of powers from the APNU and the PNC/R.
Norton joined the PNC since in the 70’s and he said whatever is the outcome of the elections he will continue to serve the party whenever his services are needed.
He said should he be elected one of the things he will undertake is to train young people for leadership roles in the party.
He said the Kissoon Clark issue should have been handled differently since in his view what is playing out in the public is not doing the image for the party any good.
Norton has taken a backseat for the past couple of years but was still active in various regions across the country especially Linden doing the party business.
The PNC congress will be held this weekend where several positions will be up for grabs.