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JAMAICA | Golding laments Foreign Exchange Market woes

KINGSTON, Jamaica, January 16, 2020: Jamaica’s foreign exchange market continues to be plagued by the triple woes of a chronically volatile exchange rate, acute shortage of supply of foreign exchange to serve the real economy, and a lack of transparency in the Forex operations of authorised dealers.

JAMAICA | RADA Probe - PNP says the facts will speak for themselves

Kingston, Jamaica, November 22, 2019: Against the background of credibility challenges and vehement denials by the Chairman of the RADA board, the People’s National Party (PNP) says it is aware of the concerns expressed by citizens regarding the revelations concerning the Rural Agricultural Development Authority (RADA) Farm Roads Rehabilitation Programme, ans wants the auditor general's probe to be expedited.

JAMAICA | Auditor General asked to audit RADA Farm Roads Rehabilitation Programme

KINGSTON, Jamaica. November 20, 2019 -  Opposition Leader and President of the People’s National Party (PNP), Dr. Peter Phillips,  has written  Auditor General Pamela Monroe Ellis, requesting a full financial investigation of the Farm Roads Rehabilitation Programme undertaken by the Rural Agricultural Development Authority (RADA) during the financial years 2017/18 and 2018/19.

JAMAICA | Patriots wants Gov't to address the shortage of US dollars

KINGSTON, Jamaica, October 31, 2019: The People’s National Party’s (PNP) young professionals affiliate, the Patriots - is calling on the Government of Jamaica to take urgent steps to address the critical shortage of US Dollars, which is becoming more and more acute by the day, and presenting difficulties to many sectors of the economy.

JAMAICA | PNP wants update on all corruption investigations says Phillips

Kingston, Jamaica. October 10, 2019. The Leader of the Opposition, Dr Peter Phillips says comments by Dr. Horace Chang, in his capacity as the Minister in charge of the government, regarding the Opposition’s call for status reports on the corruption, investigations is laced with mischief and is a fundamental misunderstanding of the role of Government in democratic societies.
  • Published in Politics

JAMAICA | Explain Decision to close the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica ! says Paulwell

KINGSTON, Jamaica. September 13, 2019: The People’s National Party’s (PNP) Shadow Minister of Mining and Energy, Mr. Phillip Paulwell wants both Prime Minister Andrew Holness and Energy Minister Flaval Williams, to provide  immediate justification of the Cabinet’s decision to close the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ) and subsume its functions in the Ministry of Mining, Energy and Technology (MSET).
  • Published in Energy

JAMAICA | PNP demands answers on CAP-YES programme, CMU document shredding

KINGSTON, July 16, 2019 – Arising out of numerous complaints from several students in western Jamaica who claim they were short-changed by the Career Advancement Programme-Youth Empowerment Solution (CAP-YES) run by the Caribbean Maritime University (CMU), the Parliamentary Opposition PNP has demanded a full report on expenditure on the programme.
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