THE EDITOR, Sir:
I listened with awe, as Karl Samuda, in endorsing Andrew Holness to remain as leader of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), stated that Mr Shaw broke the JLP's plan. My question is, WHAT PLAN? And if there was such a plan, who else knew about it?
Since the loss of the last general elections, it is safe to say that the leadership of the JLP has not met with the workers of the party to strategise, discuss and highlight the way forward for the JLP. The party continues to have its Office of the Leader of the Opposition talk, while the workers of the JLP are left to trod the communities, divisions and constituencies all by themselves.
This strategy and plan that Mr Samuda speaks about seems to be in a safe at
Mr Samuda should know that without the workers of the JLP, there will be no one to gather up supporters to vote on election day. Mr Samuda should know that unless the foot soldiers of the party are armed with the information and the plan of the JLP, there can be no voice on the ground.
Well, since Mr Samuda and the Shadow Cabinet can win the elections all by themselves, good luck to them.