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JAMAICA | Phillips pays tribute to Alan Ricards

KINGSTON, Jamaica, September 30, 2020 - President of the People’s National Party (PNP) and Leader of the Opposition Dr. Peter Phillips is saddened by news of the death of veteran agriculturist and former chairman of the All Island Cane Farmers Association Allan Rickards.

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JAMAICA | PNP President meets with General Election Candidates

KINGSTON, JAMAICA, September 20, 2020: The President of the People’s National Party, Dr. Peter Phillips and other members of the Party’s leadership met with the Party’s candidates in the recent general elections today at the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies. 

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JAMAICA | Phillips names list of eight Opposition Senators

KINGSTON, Jamaica, September 14, 2020 -  Leader of the Opposition Dr. Peter Phillips today named Opposition members of the Senate who will serve in the Upper House of the nation’s Parliament for the new legislative term.

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JAMAICA | Phillips mourns the passing of Toots Hibbert

KINGSTON, Jamaica September 12, 2020: People’s National Party (PNP) President and Leader of the Opposition Dr. Peter Phillips is expressing sadness at the death of Jamaican music icon Frederick ‘Toots’ Hibbert. 

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JAMAICA | Shoddy construction caused road collapse in Kingston says PNP

KINGSTON, JAMAICA, August 24, 2020:  Member of Parliament of East Central St. Andrew and Opposition Leader  Dr. Peter Phillips, is calling on the government and in particular the National Works Agency (NWA), to provide an urgent explanation for the collapse of several sections of Hagley Park Road, the main thoroughfare in his constituency, which was recently constructed.

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JAMAICA | Holness wants Politically Motivated Crimes to be Classified as Hate Crimes

KINGSTON, August 20, 2020 -   The leaders of Jamaica's major political parties have appealed for an end to political violence, confrontation and intimidation, as they signed the political code of conduct which governs the actions of legitimate political parties in Jamaica. It stipulates eight principles – non-violence and non-intimidation, safety of private and public property, avoidance of confrontation, public utterances, freedom of access, avoidance of defacing of buildings and installation, code of ethics, and political tribalism.

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JAMAICA | Comrades chant"sweep them out" at nomination centres islandwide

KINGSTON, JAMAICA, August 18, 2020: The People’s National Party (PNP) says it is confident of victory as it presents its sixty-three (63) candidates today for the September 3, 2020, general elections. The Party said the Andrew Holness and his government have failed to advance a better quality of life for the Jamaican people and their families.

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