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Move Mark's Mic

Sunday, March 18, 2018

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Columnist Garfield Higgins takes a look at Mark Golding's maiden presentation to Parliament as Opposition spokesperson on finance. He hones in on the overarching theme of ascribing the successes of the sitting Jamaica Labour Party Government to the “groundwork laid” by the ousted People's National Party. Higgins suggests that Golding has selective memory as, while he takes credit for the achievements in tourism, industry and the general economy, he fails to recalls the “run wid it” era that preceded it. Additionally, Higgins asks how does the PNP take praise for the gains, but seemingly believes it has no part in seeds of crime that are now blooming. Tell the whole story, says Higgins.

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