Fourteen out of 15 seats will be up for grabs when the Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) holds its internal elections on April 11.
The seats up for grab include that of the political leader, which is now held by David Abdulah.
A new executive is elected every three years. However, the MSJ had decided to defer the internal elections last year because of the general election and covid19.
Abdulah, who had offered his resignation after the party lost all five seats in the August 10, 2020 general election, was mum yesterday on whether he would be offering himself for leadership for another three-year term.
Nomination day will be March 26.