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Jamaica Gleaner In Focus
published: Sunday | January 8, 2006

The roots of corruption
RIGHT AT the start of a new year, I return to the central issue of values and our cultural and moral crisis, which the prominent political leaders and contenders in Jamaica are not paying sufficient attention to.

A millennium for the people
HAITI WAS supposed to have had elections today. They have once again been postponed. Haiti is the oldest black republic in the hemisphere and the poorest.


Justice for them and us
I TAKE issue with views expressed in Professor Rex Nettleford's commentary, 'Justice and freedom of expression' The Gleaner, January 4, 2005).


Pro-poor development strategy needed
A CONSENSUS that emerged at a recent seminar of the Jamaican Economy Project was that no political regime has forged a development strategy which has reconciled Jamaica's racial and class divide.

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