Hollness, who arrived on the island last Friday, is expected to share some insights on key political matters while also providing some thoughts on current world and regionalissues.
Also down to address the members are Political Leader, Lindsay Grant and incoming Chairman, Mr. Selwyn Liburd.
As the party begins its long journey of preparations for the next elections that are due in 2015, some insiders are hoping that Sunday’s convention would serve as the much needed jolt to rev the political engines of the party, back into action, again becoming a strong and viable alternative.
Reports from the various arms of the party are also expected as part of the agenda of discussions.
PAM currently controls only two seats in the 11 seat National Assembly, after being in government from 1980-1995, at times, with seat counts, as high as six.