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Stop bashing the PM

Published:Wednesday | December 31, 1969 | 7:00 PM


This an open letter to the leader of the opposition, Portia Simpson Miller.

When a government is in office, the prime minister is the head of the country and has the right to govern in the interest of the people.

Prime Minister Bruce Golding is the leader of Jamaica at this time as a result of the last general election, so he has the right to lead.

Mrs Simpson Miller, when you were PM, I respected you as a leader who meant the country well.

Now, it is Bruce Golding's turn in office and it would be good if when matters such as the commission of enquiry arise, both of you meet and come to an agreement, peacefully.

Mr Golding has listened to the people and the Opposition and acted on their wishes.

Let us wait and see what will be the result of the commission of enquiry. It would be good to see the Opposition working hard with the government to create a better Jamaica.

I am, etc.

Robert Lewars

St Catherine