MP Jackson Insists He’ll Pass Banking Bill if Returned to Office

South St Catherine Member of Parliament and Chairman of the Opposition People’s National Party, Fitz Jackson, says he’ll pass the Banking Service bill into law within 30 days, of his party gaining power, if this administration fails to do so.

The South St Catherine Member of Parliament is ramping up his advocacy for the bill which he says government Members of Parliament are seeking to stall.

This after a debate on the bill was suspended during a sitting of the House of Representatives last week.

Mr. Jackson says he’ll retable the bill in its original form, over and over again, until it’s passed in the House.

He’s also calling on Attorney General Marlene Malahoo Forte to act, using current laws, to have the banks return the monies taken from depositors in dormancy fees.

The Bill is to be debated in the House of Representatives today.