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Dr. Horace Chang, General Secretary of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), has said the party's campaign plans for the September 3 general election have been significantly modified to include coronavirus prevention measures.

Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, has announced that the General Election will be held on Thursday, September 3 this year.

A rift in the PNP Eastern St. Catherine organization is intensifying following moves by Spanish Town’s Mayor, Norman Scott to replace incumbent Member Parliament, Denise Daley, as the PNP’s candidate for the constituency in the next General Election.

Councillor for the Trafalgar division of the Kingston and St. Andrew Municipal Corporation, Kari Douglas, has been charged with breaching the curfew order, which was imposed to limit the spread of the coronavirus, and disorderly conduct. 
Monday, 10 February 2020 16:05

Holness justifies calling of by election

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Prime Minister Holness is justifying his decision to call a by-election in South East Clarendon.

Opposition Leader Dr Peter Phillips has declared that voters will have to choose at the upcoming general election which major political party is equipped to implement the correct measures to stem the crime wave affecting the country.

The governing Jamaica Labour Party, JLP, is well ahead of the opposition People’s National Party, PNP, in terms of public support.

Newly installed PNP caretaker for East Central St. Catherine, Dr. Winston de la Haye, says addressing crime is at the top of his agenda for the constituency.

The police believe Kevin Brown, the Justice of the Peace and member of the People's National Party's young professional arm, the Patriots, who was killed along Chesterfield Drive in St. Andrew on December 11, was involved in a passport and visa racket.
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