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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 | Mitigation Fund Allocation Inadequate says Anthony Hylton

Kingston, Jamaica, June 7, 2019: Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Western St. Andrew, Anthony Hylton is today calling on the National Works Agency (NWA) to clarify misleading statements concerning the allocation of funds to constituencies for the cleaning of drains and gullies in preparation for the rainy season.

JAMAICA | Contract work practice betrays eight decades of workers achievement - Phillips

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica May 19, 2019 - Opposition Leader and Peoples National Party (PNP) President Dr. Peter Phillips, has reiterared that the country needs to deal with “the current practice of imposing on workers an agreement which deprives them of the right to collective bargaining and treats full time workers as contract workers, denies them the hard won rights by the trade union movement since 1938.”

JAMAICA | Vaz takes East Portland for the JLP

KINGSTON, Jamaica, April 5, 2019 -  The Jamaica Labour Party's (JLP) Ann-Marie Vaz eaked out a monumental victory in East  Portland on Thursday, beating the People’s National Party's (PNP) candidate, Damion Crawford by a total of 306 votes with a preliminary vote count of 9,917 to 9,611.

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 | PNP Alarmed at increased violence against women

Kingston, Jamaica, February 19, 2019:  People’s National Party’s (PNP) Shadow Minister of Gender Affairs, Sports and Information, Ms Natalie Neita, M.P., is alarmed at the increased level of violence against women in the home and is calling on the government to introduce a programme to assist ‘at-risk’ families with coping mechanisms to lessen the frequency of domestic violence, which often results in horrific fatalities.
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