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Light On Corruption | Reduce Corruption And Watch Jamaica Grow

Clarendon was among the hardest-hit parishes in double whammy flood rains just a few weeks apart in May and June.

As rehabilitation work in the parish got under way, People’s National Party (PNP) councillors in the municipal corporation were joined by the president of their party and leader of the parliamentary Opposition Dr Peter Phillips in crying foul over alleged allocation of resources along party lines to the disadvantage of those supporting the party in the parish. These charges are not new. They are as old as party politics in the country.

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