Monthly Archives: November 2013

JLP Election Aftermath | Democracy ‘dissed’, Hope dashed?


“To the victor belongs the spoils” William L. Marcy Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) leader, Andrew Holness, defeated his challenger, Audley Shaw, in last Sunday’s internal party elections. The decisive margin of victory [692] was significantly higher than that secured by Portia … Continue reading

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The price of Democracy | I hope HE wins!


In less than 24 hours the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) will have a newly elected leader and Jamaica will, ostensibly, have a ‘new’ Prime Minister in waiting. The average Jamaican – with no links to either political Party – cannot … Continue reading

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