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MCAP to launch election campaign rallies and meetings

Leader of Movement for Change and Prosperity (MCAP) has announced his party’s first round of political meetings for the 2014 general elections constitutionally due this year, hinting that an election date announcement within the next two months at least.

The Hon Premier Reuben Meade who will again lead MCAP into an election after doing so successfully in the 2009 elections announced that the party has scheduled four political rallies, starting with a grand party launch next Thursday, May 22, 2014 at the Salem Center beginning at 7 p.m.

Mr. Meade told The Montserrat Reporter (TMR) that the rallies will provide the electorates and the party at large with the opportunity to hear from the prospective new candidates on the MCAP team and also party stalwarts on their plans for the continued social and economic development of Montserrat.”

The leader informs that there will be a break in the rallies while he attends government business at CDB’s board meetings in Guyana. The rallies will continue at Cudjoe Head Center, Caricom Village and the St. Johns Center as the incumbent party plans further political rallies and town hall meetings as it moves into full campaign mode ahead of general elections.

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Leader of Movement for Change and Prosperity (MCAP) has announced his party’s first round of political meetings for the 2014 general elections constitutionally due this year, hinting that an election date announcement within the next two months at least.

The Hon Premier Reuben Meade who will again lead MCAP into an election after doing so successfully in the 2009 elections announced that the party has scheduled four political rallies, starting with a grand party launch next Thursday, May 22, 2014 at the Salem Center beginning at 7 p.m.

Mr. Meade told The Montserrat Reporter (TMR) that the rallies will provide the electorates and the party at large with the opportunity to hear from the prospective new candidates on the MCAP team and also party stalwarts on their plans for the continued social and economic development of Montserrat.”

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The leader informs that there will be a break in the rallies while he attends government business at CDB’s board meetings in Guyana. The rallies will continue at Cudjoe Head Center, Caricom Village and the St. Johns Center as the incumbent party plans further political rallies and town hall meetings as it moves into full campaign mode ahead of general elections.