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Jamaica Under the Stewardship of the PNP

Jobs

30,000 to 40,000 new jobs were created for Jamaicans during our last year in office.

Investment

During the last four years, Jamaica has seen more than $125 billion Jamaican dollars from overseas & local sources.

Housing

During our Administration, we have put more people in their own homes than at any other time since Jamaica's Independence.

Roads & Highways

Since the turn of the 21st century, PNP governments have instituted the most ambitious highway building programmes since our independence.

Tourism

Under our Administration, the number of tourist stopovers in Jamaica has surpassed two million and climbing.

Agriculture

With innovations such as Agro-Parks, we have ramped up the sector to new heights & away from the traditional sugar & banana production. We are going to feed ourselves from our own resources.

IMF

Jamaica, under our Administration has reduced its debt stock & regained access to both external & domestic markets.

Security

We implemented new & innovative programs to redirect young people away from violence in communities across the country.

Education

More children are in primary, secondary & tertiary institutions than ever before. Teachers are now better paid, trained & more qualified due to strategies implemented during our tenure.

Press Releases

  • The Party’s Executive Committee at its meeting this evening, after careful deliberations, unanimously decided to recommend to the meeting of the National Executive Council (NEC) on July 22, 2017 that: (i)   a Selection Conference be convened for the S. W. St. Andrew Constituency on Sunday July...

  • Wednesday, July 20, 2017: Opposition Spokesman on Transport Mikael Phillips says good sense has prevailed in the matter concerning the recent increase of toll rates on the North South Highway. He said it is unfortunate that the Holness Administration had to be pressured into doing...

  • Wednesday, July 20, 2017: Opposition spokesman on transport Mikael Phillips is calling for the immediate reinstatement of the North South Highway toll rate which was in place prior to the shortage of coins. A shortage of coins was reported in April, and the operators of...

  • Kingston, Jamaica July 19, 2017: Opposition Leader, Dr Peter Phillips is calling for a review of policies governing the bauxite industry and in particular the bauxite levy. Addressing the nation’s Parliament in Gordon House on Tuesday, during an intense debate on the Bauxite (Production Levy) Act Withdrawal Order, Dr. Phillips emphasised the...

  • Kingston, Jamaica, July 16, 2017:  The Member of Parliament for Clarendon, South Western, Mr. Noel Arscott is citing the poor garbage collection and the mismanagement of waste disposal across the island as factors contributing to the growing, and now out of control infestation of rats, and the increasing cases of...

  • It has been only a little over a year since the JLP came into power but have left a trail of corruption and abuse of authority never before seen in Jamaica’s history.  The Prime Minister, himself, seems to be part of the problem and is...

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