General Secretary of the PNP, Julian Robinson, is doubting Prime Minister Holness’s claim that he didn’t consider the political consequences of the multimillion-dollar road and infrastructure project for St. Mary which he launched today.

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He says the PNP has written the Office of the Contractor General, OCG, and the Political Ombudsman, Donna Parchment-Brown, requesting monitoring and oversight of these works.

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Earlier this week, he told our news centre the PNP and Jamaica Labour Party are to meet to discuss the establishment of a monitoring mechanism for funds used in the campaign leading up to the by-election in South East St. Mary.

He said the meeting, which is to take place next week, will be arranged by the Political Ombudsman.

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