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JAMAICA | Norman Horne ineligible to sit in Jamaica Parliament?

KINGSTON, Jamaica, December 8, 2020: Nationwide News is reporting that former PNP Treasurer, Norman Horne is a citizen of the United States of America and is ineligible to sit in the Jamaican Parliament. According to Nationwide News, Mr. Horne is the holder of a current United States Passport.

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JAMAICA | Country wants effective action on crime says Fitz Jackson

Kingston, Jamaica. November 23, 2020. The PNP Shadow Minister of National Security Mr Fitz Jackson, is calling on the Minister of National Security, Dr.  Horace Chang, to take urgent action to stop the spike in murders and to prioritise the deteriorating crime and public security environment which has prevailed in Jamaica for several months.

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JAMAICA | PNP wants Gov't to rescind mining permit in Dry Harbour Mountains

KINGSTON, JAMAICA, November 11, 2020: The Opposition People’s National Party Spokesperson on Land and Housing - Senator Sophia Frazer-Binns; says Government must rescind the Ministerial order which overrides the decision of the National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) not to grant mining/ quarrying permission in Dry Harbour Mountain in Discovery Bay, St. Ann. 

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JAMAICA | PNP Parliamentarians want Committee Chairs Reinstated

KINGSTON, JAMAICA. OCTOBER 6, 2020. The Parliamentary Caucus of the Opposition People’s National Party (PNP) is reiterating its call for the immediate reinstatement of the Opposition’s chairmanship of all Sessional Committees of the House of Representatives.

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JAMAICA | PNP agrees with the delay in face to face learning when schools reopen

KINGSTON, JAMAICA, September 23, 2020: Shadow Minister of Education and Training, Dr Ángela Brown Burke, M.P., syas she is in agreement with the concerns raised by teachers and principals that the risk remains too high for face-to-face learning because the coronavirus pandemic spread appears out of control.

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