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Published:Wednesday | November 11, 2020 | 12:20 AM
Family played a big role in Mark Golding’s campaign. Here the newly sworn-in opposition leader (centre) stands with (from left) son Benjamin, wife Sandra, and daughters Tasmin and Jessica.
Family played a big role in Mark Golding’s campaign. Here the newly sworn-in opposition leader (centre) stands with (from left) son Benjamin, wife Sandra, and daughters Tasmin and Jessica.
Mark Golding (centre) speaking with Peter Bunting and Angela Brown Burke.
Mark Golding (centre) speaking with Peter Bunting and Angela Brown Burke.
Sandra Golding, wife of Mark Golding, makes a bold statement in blue.
Sandra Golding, wife of Mark Golding, makes a bold statement in blue.
Dressed in monochromatic floral, Tasmin Golding Pragnell listens with rapt attention.
Dressed in monochromatic floral, Tasmin Golding Pragnell listens with rapt attention.
Jessica Golding was neutral in colours, but not in support, as she attended her father’s swearing-in ceremony.
Jessica Golding was neutral in colours, but not in support, as she attended her father’s swearing-in ceremony.
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Mark Golding was yesterday sworn in as leader of the opposition. The St Andrew Southern member of parliament – who emerged victorious in Saturday’s People’s National Party presidential election – received his instrument of appointment in the company of his family and colleagues at a small ceremony held at King’s House. In his first speech, Golding promised that the Opposition, under his leadership, would be constructive, fearless and unrelenting. Here are the highlights.