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This Day In Our Past: June 11, 2002

Published:Tuesday | June 11, 2013 | 9:06 AM

June 11, 2002:

History is created with the signing of a Crime Plan by the country's political leaders in Parliament at Duke Street, downtown Kingston, during a special sitting.




Prime Minister P.J. Patterson and National Security Minister, Peter Phillips, signed on behalf of the governing People's National Party (PNP); while Leader of the Opposition, Edward Seaga, and Opposition Spokesman on National Security, Derrick Smith, signed on behalf of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP).



Also in photo: Looking on are Opposition members Derrick Smith (left) and Ryan Peralto (second left) and Government members Robert Pickersgill (second right) and Dr Peter Phillips.



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