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JAMAICA | Patriots want CMU President Fitz Pinnock to Resign

KINGSTON, Jamaica, March 21, 2019: The young professional arm of the People’s National Party – The Patriots – is calling for the immediate resignation of the President of the Caribbean Maritime University (CMU), Mr Fitz Pinnock for his failure to prevent the institution from being used in an apparent quid pro quo arrangement to facilitate the employment of politically connected persons in a scheme for the personal and political benefit of former Education Minister Ruel Reid.

JAMAICA | PNP Young Professionals want Independent Audit of MOE Agencies

KINGSTON, Jamaica, March 20, 2019 -  The young professional arm of the People’s National Party – The Patriots - is strongly disagreeing with Prime Minister Andrew Holness’ decision to act as Education Minister in wake of the resignation of Senator Ruel Reid, as it believes there should be no doubt about the independence of investigations into the operations of the agency.

JAMAICA | PNP says there is reduced deployment of Security personnel in St. James

Kingston, Jamaica, March 16, 2019: The People’s National Party’s (PNP) Shadow Minister of National Security, Mr. Fitz Jackson, is insisting that the deployment of security personnel in St James has been reduced since the lifting of the State of Emergency (SOE), and that this might well be the reason for the flaring-up of criminal activities in the second city.

JAMAICA | MP Natalie Neita Salutes the Life of Dr. Cynthia Thompson

Kingston, Jamaica: The People’s National Party (PNP) is extending deep condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Dr. Cynthia Thompson who passed away on Friday. Dr. Thompson was a pioneering Jamaican athlete who was one of only four females to represent Jamaica at the country’s first entry to the Olympics in London in 1948.

JAMAICA | JLP wants PNP to instruct Damion Crawford to Apologise to Vaz

KINGSTON, Jamaica March 9, 2019 - The governing Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) wants the leadership of the PNP to instruct its candidate for East Portland, Damion Crawford, to withdraw and apologize for the condescending, inflammatory, classist, racist and sexist comments he made recently on the political platform in relation to the JLP’s aspirant for the constituency, Annmarie Vaz.
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