Prime Minister of JAMAICA, Andrew Holness, First 100 Days Promises
- "Within our first 100 days of government, we will start the legislative process to fix the date for general elections in Jamaica. This will bring greater certainty to the political process, and, by the way, the date will be a date after the Budget, and not before," said Holness. "So, no government will be able to come and make false promises and hide the truth and tell you half-truths, and trick you into voting for them, and then when they win, they draw poison on you."
- "Within the first 100 days of our government, we will start the legislative process to institute impeachment proceedings in Parliament. This will add another layer of protection of the Parliament to ensure that only members of unquestioned integrity sit in the Parliament."
- "Within the first 100 days of government, we will start the legislative process to introduce term limits on the office of prime minister," said Holness, who previously served two months as prime minister of Jamaica.
- "At a convenient time within our new government, we will hold a grand referendum on the Caribbean Court of Justice as the final appellate court. We will also place on that referendum the removal of the buggery law," said the opposition leader.
Today, March 24th 2023 makes it 2,645 days since these promises were made.
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