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JAMAICA |Citizens' rights must be protected says Phillips

KINGSTON, December 13, 2018 - The Parliamentary Opposition says it is aware of the political implications of its decision to vote against an extension to the States of Public Emergency, however, it is the right thing to do. Security measures that currently obtain under the state of emergency (SOE) can continue, but without infringing on the rights of citizens.

JAMAICA | Opposition vote against extending States of Emergency - Private Sector Concerned

KINGSTON, December 12, 2018 - Jamaica's major private sector organizations want to meet with the government and the opposition People's National Party (PNP) to address concerns and review the issues surrounding the decision to end the states of public emergency, following last night's vote against the extension of the states of public emergency (SOEs) in St James, St Catherine North and sections of the Corporate Area.

JAMAICA | Gov't Must Come Clean on PEP says Thwaites

KINGSTON, Jamaica, November 23, 2018: The People's National Party’s (PNP) Shadow Minister of Education, Rev Ronald Thwaites, says the government must come clean on the challenges facing the Primary Exit Profile (PEP) examinations, as the future of the nation's children is at stake.

JAMAICA | PNP concerned over state of police wage negotiations with Gov't

Kingston, Jamaica November 22, 2018. The People’s National Party Shadow Minister of National Security, Mr. Fitz Jackson, has expressed alarm at the state of the salaries and benefits negotiations between the government and the Jamaica Police Federation, representing the country’s rank and file policemen and women.

JAMAICA | PNP Says PM Holness' Speech Was Uninspiring

Kingston, Jamaica, November 19, 2018: The People’s National Party (PNP) says it is grossly disappointed with the presentation of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) Leader and Prime Minister, the Most Honourable Andrew Holness at the JLP’s 75th Annual Conference because it offered no new policies or programmes to deal with the massive inequities arising from the continuing economic adjustment in the economy.
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