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Peter Bunting

The People’s National Party is calling on the Minister of National Security, Hon. Robert Montague, to immediately inform the country on the present state of the Firearm Licensing Authority (FLA), including its continued operation without a Board of Directors, the tenure of its Chief Executive...

KINGSTON, Jamaica – August 2, 2017 ----The scandal which has enveloped the Firearms Licencing Authority (FLA), has deadly consequences and therefore cannot be treated in part or with scant regard. The Ministry of National Security that is supposed to equip and enable the police force...

(Taken from the Jamaica Observer - Thursday April 20, 2017) “The Opposition has serious reservations about many aspects of this Bill, and our participation in the Joint Select Committee should not be interpreted as support of the measures contained therein,” Bunting told the House of Representatives...

Member of Parliament for Central Manchester and Opposition Spokesman on National Security, Peter Bunting to ask the Minister of National Security the following question at the expiration of 21 days: 1. Describe the process used to procure used vehicles for the Jamaica Constabulary Force since the...

The Opposition is disappointed that neither the Prime Minister’s briefing from the special Cabinet meeting to address crime, nor the policy statement in today’s Throne Speech, offer anything new or hopeful to calm the fears of the society. After almost a year in office, the Prime...

I have taken note of an article published in the Miami Herald entitled "Jamaica murder yarn has political ties, with a Scotland Yard twist." One of the implied criticisms in the article is that the Ministry of National Security refused witness protection for a would-be key...