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Jamaica Gleaner Commentary
published: Monday | May 14, 2007

EDITORIAL - New impetus for the quality of justice
It is hardly likely that it was contrived, so it is merely a matter of coincidence. But it is highly symbolic that the disclosure that Earl Pratt is to be released from prison, as was reported by this newspaper on Saturday, broadly coincided with the formal launch....

Aspects of Tony Blair

How did Tony Blair perform as British Prime Minister? There have been several areas of disappointment, but clearly the most fundamental problems arose from the Iraqi intervention. The Blair administration has been severely tarnished... - Stephen Vasciannie

Politics as usual

Cable television, information and communication technology, easy international travel, globalisation and decades of feeling used and ignored by the powers-that-be have all contributed to the growing political expectations of our people. - Garth Rattray

Political campaign financing

The Electoral Office of Jamaica commissioned Don Anderson's Market Research Services Limited to carry out a survey to provide them with data that can assist them in their discussions on political campaign financing in Jamaica. Some of these findings were published... - Beverley Anderson-Manley

NOTE-WORTHY - Unanswered prayers

There are millions of unanswered prayers in Jamaica. Praying for peace, justice, and an end to corrupt government, the opposite seems to be happening in Jamaica, despite more churches per square mile than anywhere else in the world. Jamaicans may think that God has abandoned them....





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