PNP names 6-member delegation for national crime strategy meeting

Thursday, October 17, 2019

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KINGSTON, Jamaica— The People's National Party (PNP) has named a six-member delegation to represent the party at today's anti-crime summit to be held at the Jamaica Conference Centre in downtown Kingston.

The party said its team is comprised of shadow ministers from various cabinets.

The members include: Spokesman on national security Fitz Jackson; Spokesman on finance and the public service Mark Golding; General Secretary Julian Robinson, who is also spokesman on labour, information and technology; Dr Morais Guy, spokesman on health and wellness and Leader of Opposition Business in the House; and Mr Michael Vaccianna, the party's Legal Advisor.

Leader of the Opposition Peter Phillips noted that the agreement to host a meeting comes a year after the suggestion was made to the government and 10 months after Prime Minister Andrew Holness withdrew from his previous agreement to meet with stakeholders.

The PNP said it will approach today's meeting as a serious opportunity to arrive at a consensus on Jamaica's most difficult national issue.


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