The recent signing of agreements totaling JA$95 million by Tourism Minister Ed. Bartlett is another sure sign that tourism officials are only thinking up to their noses for immediate gain, rather than long-term for sustainable economic benefits. This ...

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"Jamaica Watch" - 5 new articles

  1. HIP STRIP IS NOT MONTEGO BAY
  2. Let's Start The Local Governance
  3. Azan Made The Right Choice
  4. Is Gassan Azan the Best Choice?
  5. The Real Mr. Warmington Has No Apology
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HIP STRIP IS NOT MONTEGO BAY

The recent signing of agreements totaling JA$95 million by Tourism Minister Ed. Bartlett is another sure sign that tourism officials are only thinking up to their noses for immediate gain, rather than long-term for sustainable economic benefits. This follows up on the JA$23.5 million Mobile Command and Control Police Unit in November, which is to enhance security along the same strip.Now don’t  

Let's Start The Local Governance

Now that the local government elections are over and the parishes have selected their mayors, we hope that the business of good local governance will start.The new local government administrations, based on the pledges of the central government, will have their hands full, as their roles and responsibilities will undergo significant changes. The Bruce Golding administration has promised that the  

Azan Made The Right Choice

Note – The previous article on Mr. Azan was posted the night of his resignation. This is a response to the resignation.Mr. Gassan Azan’s decision to step down from the chairmanship of the Jamaica Trade and Investment agency is nothing short of noble and dignified. Without any public pressure and only a request from the opposition PNP, referencing his company’s involvement in stolen electricity  

Is Gassan Azan the Best Choice?

When the JLP came out with their manifesto earlier this year I commented to a friend of mine that if the JLP achieves 60% of their plans, they would be in power for the next twenty years. Even though they have not given enough concrete evidence of how the objectives would be funded, it is still a good strategic document that can have a very positive impact on the Jamaica society if implemented.Of
    

The Real Mr. Warmington Has No Apology

Minister of State for Transport and Works Everald Warmington finally came down from his high horse yesterday and apologized to the people of Jamaica for his brainless utterance on December 2nd, when he told voters that they would not get hurricane relief if they didn’t vote for the JLP in local government elections. While the G2K and the JLP would want us to believe that the unsigned apology
    

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