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JAMAICA | Opposition wants delay in plastic bag ban implementation

KINGSTON, Jamaica, December 28, 2018: The People’s National Party’s (PNP) Shadow Minister of Land and the Environment, Senator Sophia Fraser Binns is calling on the Government to delay the implementation of the Ban on Single Use Plastic Bags and move expeditiously to an island wide Public Education and Awareness campaign to sensitize the public ahead of any move to replace the popular plastic bags.

JAMAICA | PNP wants Gov't to address water crisis

KINGSTON, Jamaica. December 28, 2018:The People’s National Party’s (PNP) Shadow Minister of Water and Climate Change, Mr. Ian Hayles, M.P., is calling on the Minister with responsibility for water to immediately address the water crisis being experienced by nearly one million residents in over forty communities in the Kingston Metropolitan Area, as well as, in communities in the parishes of St. Catherine, St. James and St. Mary.

JAMAICA | PNP wants to meet with Private Sector leadership

Kingston, Jamaica, December 13, 2018. - Today's request by Leader of the Opposition PNP , Dr. Peter Phillips, for an urgent meeting through PSOJ President Howard Mitchell, to fully ventilate all the issues involved in the Opposition’s vote against further extensions of the States of Emergancy (SOE) was quickly taken op by the PSOJ.

JAMAICA | The PNP Wants a Forensic Audit at Petrojam

KINGSTON, December 5, 2018 - The People’s National Party is calling for a forensic audit to be conducted at Petrojam following the report of the Auditor General into operations at the state owned entity. The Party notes that the AG’s report confirms a number of the concerns that it raised from as far back as May of this year.

JAMAICA| Fix Inhumane Conditions at Detention Centres says PNP

KINGSTON, Jamaica, November 26, 2018. The People’s National Party (PNP) Shadow Minister of Justice, Senator Donna Scott Mottley, is calling on the government to urgently and immediately address the inhumane conditions in the detention centres set up under the States of Emergency, particularly in St James.
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