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Jamaica Gleaner Commentary
published: Tuesday | August 21, 2007

EDITORIAL - Bipartisan approach must be preserved
The anticipated catastrophe from the impact of Hurricane Dean did not materialise to justify its initial billing as a 'monster storm' - at least as far as Jamaica is concerned. This may have resulted from the fact that the season's first hurricane veered from its expected direct....

Foreign allegiance in Parliament?

Last week, a Nationwide newscast claimed that some candidates who were nominated to contest the 2007 general election had dual citizenship, meaning that they had sworn allegiance to a foreign government and power, which is contrary to the constitution...Devon Dick

JLP manifesto as road map

The Editor, Sir: The JLP's manifesto is a fairly comprehensive document. The solutions it contains seek to attack the cause of our problems rather than the symptoms. Excellent approach! For example, on the matter of crime control the old approach....

Some guidance for Jamaican voters

The Editor, Sir: After hearing the debates by both major political parties, I must ask the voters in the upcoming election to think real hard before casting their votes. Listen carefully to what each candidate and their party leader is saying. At this point...

NOTE-WORTHY: Jamaica war zone

I would like to retire in Jamaica, but sadly I cannot. Under the rule of the PNP our precious island has become another war zone with territorial dons and no real control by the person, past or present, who is supposed to lead.





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