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Sep 17, 2015

G-Eleven Member Says Accord is One Step, P.U.P. Isn’t One Big, Happy Family

Jose Mai

On Wednesday the People’s United Party announced a mending of the fences between those faithful to the P.U.P. Leader, Francis Fonseca, and those rebellious standard bearers, unofficially dubbed the G-eleven. That came after a meeting at Burrell Boom between Fonseca and G-eleven.  It’s a significant development because all indications are that the general election will be called very soon so the P.U.P. is closing ranks. Area representative for Orange Walk South, Jose Mai, is a member of the breakaway bunch so today we asked him about this new accord. His response suggests that it may be a first step, but the P.U.P. is still certainly not one big, happy family.



“You were a part of the G-eleven. Will you be at the rally after the meeting yesterday in Boom where we were told that all fences were mended?”


Jose Mai, Area Rep., Orange Walk South

“I will be at the rally Jules. In blue.”



“Is that an indication that all is fine and the P.U.P. is moving ahead with all thirty-one Standard Bearers on the same page?”


Jose Mai

“All is not fine. But we hope that all will be fine very soon. And I will be at the rally Saturday.”


Mike Rudon

“So what has been gained from the prolonged period where the G-eleven stood strong and agitated for different changes in the party?”


Jose Mai

“Mike I will be at the rally on Saturday. That’s all I will say about that. In blue.”

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