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Mr. Speaker: I feel privileged to be a Member of this Honourable House and to be part of the effort to chart the future of this blessed country.
Constituency of South East Clarendon Firstly, I wish to thank the constituents of South East Clarendon who have demonstrated their trust and confidence in me to represent their interest in the Parliament.
I am grateful for the support of the leaders on the ground without whose help it would have been impossible to balance such a challenging portfolio with my responsibilities as Member of Parliament.
Mr. Speaker, the challenges are many in my Constituency but they are no different from the vast majority of communities across Jamaica: Poverty, weak infrastructure including and especially, roads, unemployment, crime and violence, and environmental degradation.
Mr. Speaker, I long for my constituents to overcome those barriers to development and opportunities that will break the cycle of poverty for many households. Read more…

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