ST JAMES, Jamaica -- Detectives in Montego Bay, St James have been kept busy investigating two double murders which have rocked two inner-city communities in the parish over the past 12 hours.
One of the incidents took place in the Gulf area of Norwood where two people, including a female hotel worker, were shot and kil ...more »
JAMAICA Labour Party leadership challenger Audley Shaw yesterday said the failure of party head Andrew Holness to keep his promise to release the report assessing the reasons for the party's loss in the last general elections is proof that he "has a credibility problem".
"The report would be part of listening to the voice of the people. Two weeks ago he said he was going to circulate the report, two weeks later we still have not seen the report. When is he gonna make it public, on midnight of November 9 before we vote on November 10? I think the leader has a credibility problem," Shaw told current G2K executives and members from across the island at the Youth for Shaw Conference held at the University of the West Indies, Mona yesterday.
According to Shaw he had plans to fix this in order that persons could be privy to the reasons the party lost the 2011 general elections and also the recommendations for moving the body forward made by the Commission which compiled the report.
"If by God's will and your choice I am elected leader, one of my first courses of business will be to demand the report and make it public and let the chips fall where they may," Shaw told the gathering.
Jamaica Labour Party leadership challenger Audley Shaw
addressing past and current G2K executives and members from
across the island at the Youth for Shaw Conference held at the
University of the West Indies, Mona yesterday. G2K is the young
affiliate arm of the Jamaica Labour Party.
(PHOTO: MICHAEL GORDON)
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