JLP is for the people, not politicians

Published: Wednesday | November 21, 2012 Comments 0


As I watched and listened in shock and dismay, I asked myself, 'If the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) cannot uphold its own constitution, how can it uphold the Constitution of Jamaica?"

This is a serious matter all Jamaicans must consider, as the former leader of the party declared publicly that he knew five members of his Cabinet were in the Parliament unconstitutionally.

I believe all Jamaicans will support Mr Warmington on this matter of principle.

Mr Andrew Holness, you pronounce vehemently that the party is not for any one individual. Well, you listen to me and to those who agree: The party is not for you or any group of persons; it is for Jamaica.


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