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JAMAICA | PNP tells Holness: No whitewashing of corruption scandals

KINGSTON, Jamaica. October 15, 2019: The People’s National Party (PNP) has repudiated PM Andrew Holness’ attempt to score political points, using the latest developments in the Ruel Reid/CMU Corruption Scandal to extricate himself from the thickening web of what it calls "mal-administration and corruption" that has engulfed his administration.

JAMAICA | BPO Industry Threatened by closure of Criminal Records Office

KINGSTON, Jamaica. October 9, 2019. Opposition Spokesman on Science, Technology and Information, Julian Robinson, MP, today warned that thousands of jobs for young Jamaicans are at risk, as employers in the Business Process Outsourcing sector have not been able to get police record reports to clear potential employees as a basis for hiring them.

JAMAICA | PNP to stage anti-corruption vigil in Mandela Park on Thursday

KINGSTON, Jamaica, July 10, 2019: In light of the ongoing spread of allegations of corruption across several Ministries and public bodies, and the lack of appropriate action by the Andrew Holness Administration to hold its members accountable, the People’s National Party (PNP) will, tomorrow Thursday, July 11, 2019, stage an anti-Corruption vigil in Mandela Park, Half Way Tree.

JAMAICA | PNP Condemns Killing of Former PNP Cllr Madge Morris

Kingston, Jamaica, February 10, 2019: The President of the People’s National Party, Dr. Peter Phillips, M.P., and the entire leadership of the Party are expressing shock and sadness by the news of the tragic death of former PNP Councillor Madge Morris for the White Horses Division in St Thomas.
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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 | PNP alarmed at level of cronyism at USF

Kingston, Jamaica, November 15, 2018: The People’s National Party’s (PNP) Shadow Minister of Science and Technology, Mr. Julian Robinson,says he is shocked at information from testimony before the Public Administration and Appropriations Committee (PAAC), today, that some 24 qualified candidates had submitted applications for the position of Executive Director of the Universal Service Fund (USF), but they were tossed aside in favour of someone with JLP membership who was not qualified to fill the post.
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