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Thirteen members of the Move-
ment for Social Justice (MSJ), includ-
ing its leader David Abdulah, were
nominated unopposed yesterday for
another term of office.
This means there will be no election
on Sunday during their party s con-
gress, Abdulah confirmed after the
close of the poll at 4 pm yesterday.
Nominations were opened at 9 am
and all of the nominees on Abdulah s
slate completed and submitted their
forms two and a half hours later. At
the end of the exercise, conducted by
Trevor Johnson of the elections com-
mittee, all nominees were unopposed.
Abdulah explained that with
no others opposing his executive
team there was no need for ballot
"What will happen, in the
afternoon on the agenda (at the
party s congress), the election
committee will report to the con-
gress and ratify the nomination,"
Although this is his second
term, it is the first time Abdulah
has been elected. At the first elec-
tion, held during the founding
congress in May 2011, Labour
Minister Errol Mc Leod was elect-
ed to lead the party.
Abdulah succeeded Mc Leod
when McLeod resigned in January
2012, when the MSJ withdrew
from the People s Partnership.
He said most of the team,
including chairman Vincent
Cabrera, deputy chair Andrea Ali
and general secretary Oswald
Warwick, were among the original
team, but going forward there will
be transitions, as some of the
people who want to serve are not
yet ready to take up positions.
Fielding questions about its
strategy for the 2015 general elec-
tion as an independent party or
in partnership with others, Abdu-
lah said it was early days yet.
At this point, he said although
the MSJ had the respect of other
parties and individuals, as it was
the only party prepared to deal
with social justice, it was not in
any formal discussions with any
On the agenda, he said, is a
move to change the political cul-
ture and build a movement for
On Sunday, he said the party
will be rolling out a public doc-
ument to take the fight into com-
munities in the form of cottage
meetings and with focus groups
consisting of professionals.
"In that process an election
strategy will emerge," he said.
Abdulah still MSJ leader
David Abdulah (political leader)
Dr Roosevelt Williams
(deputy political leader)
Vincent Cabrera (chair)
Andrea Ali (deputy chair)
(asst general secretary)
William Celestine (treasurer)
Oliver Elcock (education officer)
Franka James (elections officer)
(international relations officer)
Akins Vidale (party organizer)
Gregory Fernandez (PRO)
(social services officer)
Political leader of the Movement for Social Justice (MSJ), David Abdulah, smiles
for the cameras as he files his nominations papers at the party's St Joseph
Village, San Fernando headquarters yesterday. Abdulah was eventually
unchallenged for the position. PHOTO: RISHI RAGOONATH
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