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Local gov't candidates sign code of conduct in Clarendon

Published:Friday | November 18, 2016 | 9:23 AM

Head of the Clarendon police, Superintendent Vendolyn Cameron-Powell, has urged candidates contesting the local government election in the parish to abide by the political code of conduct.

Speaking at a ceremony where 34 of the 44 candidates signed the Political Code of Conduct in May Pen she said the police may have to take action against candidates and supporters if the code of conduct is breached and if public safety is threatened.

Superintendent Cameron-Powell has urged the candidates to display decent behaviour for their supporters to follow.


Head of Vendolyn Cameron-Powell