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Decision 2011: Seeing ‘Red’, while searching for ‘Green’


PORTIA Simpson Miller and the People’s National Party (PNP) have been given a mandate to form the next Government in Jamaica. The electorate spoke in a resounding voice – by a margin of 41-22 seats – and rejected the incumbent Jamaica Labour … Continue reading

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The Jamaican Political Divide: ‘Nobody canna cross it!’


Years ago, as a youngster, I had a dream! It was crystal clear. Michael Manley was prime minister of Jamaica, and Edward Seaga was the minister of finance – in the same administration! I cannot tell how it happened but, … Continue reading

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Political Integrity vs Manatt & Trafigura


I resisted the desire to write about Jamaican politics and issues of governance this week; until I read the Sunday Gleaner headline – “Trafigura Matter Back In Court” [Sunday, November 13, 2011]. As I read through the article, my spirit … Continue reading

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