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PNP satisfied with first 100 days

Published:Sunday | April 15, 2012 | 12:00 AM

The People's National Party is expressing satisfaction with its work in its first 100 days in government.

In a late-evening release yesterday, Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller claimed that that good and steady progress has been made during her administration's first one hundred days in office.

In a statement from Cartagena, Colombia, where she is participating in the 6th Summit of the Americas, Simpson Miller said, "Although I know that one hundred days is an extremely short time in the life of any government, I am confident that any objective and balanced assessment of the Government's performance would conclude that, indeed, much has been done."

The prime minister highlighted a number of her government's achievements and argued that much work has been done in restoring Jamaica's good name in the international community through targeted contacts, support and meetings with world leaders, members of the diplomatic community, international organisations and our international development partners.