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Do you think the new mayor of Montego Bay, Glendon Harris, should resign over the flag fiasco?
This occurrence indicates that our schools need to teach and stress civics as it relates to national matters. Somewhere, persons got lost for this to have happened.
The colours of the flag have significance. So people, do some research and do not enhance ignorance. He has to decide what he should do. Was he the only one that sinned?
- Hermine Huie
He should go! It is time politicians face the consequences of their actions in Jamaica. If it was in the US, which we are trying so hard to emulate, there would be no question. he would have to go for disrespecting a national symbol.
- Wayne Lowers
No! However, some other sanctions should be taken against him. LIES! LIES! It seems to be the first name of most of our politicians.
- J'hem Soft-Sweettooth Watson
No, that is kind of extreme. Removing the green from the flag was demeaning, but, at the end of the day, all politicians play dirty. It was a wrong move, but there is no need for him to resign.
- Stacey Ann Bartley
Oh, yes, it is disrespectful to Jamaica and its people. I'm in Barbados, and I even hear them talking about it. You know how that makes me feel as a Jamaican. He must go, so no other mayor or politician thinks of doing it again and thinks he's going to get awayit.
- Ras Mara Henclewood
I think he should resign, if for no other reason than he appears to have fabricated a story to cover up the misdeed.
- Enos Anderson
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Feedback to Go-Jamaica from readers of the article 'No more Brits'!
Davies had said that Jamaica had shown the IMF the door some years ago because they were confident he and his team would be able to guide Jamaica into economic prosperity. Can anyone remember that?
Now, after the continuing problems within the JCF, Bunting is saying that Jamaica is out of the corruption current.
No more Brits, but the Americans are coming, eh Bunting, especially with respect to the lottery scam in Montego Bay, St James.
I think that ACP Felice must be retained until we really have a professional police force where officers understand why corruption must not be tolerated, neither in the force nor in any government agencies!
Do you realise the corruption reduction we are seeing in the force is directly related to ACP Green and Commissioner Ellington?
I pray this is not an emotional decision to remove the Brits.
- Carol Boeth
Is it an indictment on the programme that the crime rate remains so high? Anyway, all efforts to curb that monster are welcome, and if there is a legacy left by the 'imports', the programme is to be commended.
The Brits still believe they are colonial giants and should be treated as such, so when the election speeches were made, I doubt they took kindly to them.