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JAMAICA | Prof Munroe flayed for his sanitized tribute to Edward Seaga

KINGSTON, Jamaica, June 3, 2019 - Head of the National Integrity Action, NIA, and former leader of the WPJ, Professor Trevor Munroe, has been criticized by a former colleague and member of the Workers Party of Jamaica, WPJ, in relation to what has been described as his rather  'sanitized'  tribute to former prime minister and Jamaica Labour Party leader Edward Seaga who died last week.
  • Published in Opinion

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.

JAMAICA | Delano Franklyn questions Edward Seaga’s Selective Memory

Former PNP Senator and attorney-at-law Delano Franklyn, in a post on his Facebook page, has flayed former prime minister and JLP leader Edward Seaga for  trying to position Michael Manley and the PNP as the most destructive political force to have every practiced politics in Jamaica, while promoting himself as the saviour of Jamaica.
  • Published in Opinion

PNP and JLP Confident of victory in the Nov. 28 Local Gov't polls

KINGSTON, November 5, 2016 - The Jamaica Labour Party’s General Secretary Dr. Horace Chang says due to renewed interest in local government it is expected that there will be a higher-than-usual number electors casting ballots in the November 28 Local Government election.
  • Published in Politics

Andrew's house continues to fuel unease

OPPOSITION Leader Andrew Holness's defence of the house that he and his wife Juliet are building in Beverly Hills, St Andrew has created more unease inside the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) and appears to have placed the political organisation on a collision course with some of its more affluent donors.
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