Holness needs to continue rebuilding relationships in the JLP, says political historian
Jerome Reynolds, Staff Reporter
Political historian and Analyst, Troy Caine, says Opposition Leader Andrew Holness should use this morning’s ruling by the Constitutional Court as an opportunity to further unify the party.
Caine says he still believes that Holness' use of pre-signed, undated resignation letters was an underhanded move.
He says many are still of the view that the Jamaica Labour Party is still fractured from the 2013 leadership elections.
The political historian and Analyst says Holness needs to continue to rebuild relationships in the party as part of his leadership strategy going forward.
Caine also says he expects that Arthur Williams will be given a space in the opposition shadow Cabinet.
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