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JAMAICA | Phillips demands cooperation from government to root out corruption

KINGSTON, July 11, 2019 - The People's National Party (PNP) has written to Prime Minister Andrew Holness, demanding that the Government cooperates with the Parliamentary Opposition in convening the relevant Parliamentary Oversight Committee during the course of next week to review and recommend changes, where necessary, to make the operations and functioning of the National Integrity Commission more effective.

JAMAICA | Phillip welcome's PSOJ's Call for Dialogue on Crime

Kingston, Jamaica, July 3, 2019: The President of the People’s National Party (PNP) and Leader of the Opposition, Dr Peter Phillips, says he welcomes the call from the President of the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica (PSOJ),  Howard Mitchell, for the government and Opposition to sit with civil society to discuss the root causes of crime.

JAMAICA | PNP repeats call for stakeholders meeting to address crime

KINGSTON, Jamaica, June 26, 2019: Shadow Minister of National Security, Mr Fitz Jackson, M.P., says there is an urgent need for key stakeholders to come together to address the continuous upsurge in crime across the country. He says the People’s National Party (PNP) has been awaiting such a meeting since it was promised as a follow up to the Vale Royal Talks in January.

JAMAICA | Phillips wants PM to instruct CMU to turn over documents to Police

KINGSTON, Jamaica, June 12, 2019 - Leader of the Parliamentary Opposition and President of the People’s National Party, Dr Peter Phillips, says Prime Minister Andrew Holness has a duty to immediately instruct the leadership of the Caribbean Maritime University (CMU) to hand over all the requested documents to the police and the Financial Investigations Division (FID) and cease impeding the criminal investigation being undertaken.

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.
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