Opposition spokesman on Transport and Works Mike Henry, is refusing invitations to the Kingston Container Terminal Divestment Signing, maintaining that key information has not been given.

This follows his earlier calls for the Contractor General to investigate the bidding process, in regards to the Terminal Link Consortium being chosen

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Specifically he is seeking to determine, whether the consortium actually exists, or even qualifies to have been engaged in the bidding process.

He is also calling for answers, as to how arrangements for pensions and redundancy payments, amounting to some 2-billion dollars will be dealt with.

Mr. Henry says, while he is in full support of using Jamaica’s geo-strategic position to facilitate logistics activities, transparency is still required.