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DIASPORA | J'cans in North East US want Global Diaspora Council Elections Postponed

New York, November 6, 2019 - Jamaicans residing in the Northeast Region of the United States are up in arms over the government's proposed new organization to represent members of the diaspora, "Global Jamaica Diaspora Council," and the manner in which it proposes to have persons elected to its Board, without consultation, beginning the 21st of November.
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JAMAICA | To get growth, Ja needs to reduce poverty, tackle crime and properly compensate public employees, says IMF

WASHINGTON, DC, November 4, 2019 - The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), says Jamaica is in need of “Supply side reforms, to promote inclusive growth and reduce poverty. To do this, they say, “requires public investments in human and physical capital, strengthened governance, greater financial inclusion, and tackling crime”.

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.
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