Watch Aberdeen Alba’s inaugural meeting with guest speaker, Kenny MacAskill MP.
In this weeks update, we learn that the first annual conference date has been moved party due to the increase in membership numbers (around 400 in the past couple of weeks) and the need for a larger venue to accommodate those wishing to attend. This will be an in-person physical conference (Covid regulations permitting) earmarked for September.
A number of party appointments have been made for office bearer roles in the interim period until elections can be held at conference.
Below is a contribution from Mercy Kamanja, a passionate activist for Scottish Independence, Alba Party member and strong advocate for diversity in Scotland. Mercy participated in the Leaving A Light On For Scotland Virtual Rally this weekend Organised by Netherlands and Germans for Scottish independence.
The following article is a re-blog from Grumpy Scottish Man, follow the link to read the full post.
There is a train of thought out there that implies that the agenda being pursued by the SNP is a kind of social pluralism. While at the same time, in particular, Alba supporters and certain alternative media bloggers are the worst kind of social conservatives for believing in both independence and certain historical structures like […]Comment: Correct me if I’m wrong
The first of a series of weekly video updates from the Alba party has been posted online.
The Sunday National this week posted an article with stats on list votes pitting pro-independence parties against unionist parties. Looking over the number of votes that all pro-indy list parties received (including Greens, SNP, Alba, and others) they lead by a majority of 61,889 votes with 1,372,993 going to independence supporting groups.