Out of touch PNP cries foul over workers been sent overseas.

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The People’s National Party (PNP) has taken issue with what it has described as the partisan way in which persons are being selected for overseas work programmes.
Dr. Fenton Ferguson, Opposition spokesman on labour, charged that persons are being put on the programme and opposition MPs are not involved.”Last year October, when they did the agricultural selection for females, it was when we found out that women were being interviewed, that the opposition was brought into play as part of a damage control response,” Mr. Ferguson said.

He said it happened again last month when persons were being selected for the US hotel work programme.

“Again while we were told that persons who were being interviewed were persons in the pool that was selected some time ago, on further checks we found out that a number of new persons were interviewed and there was no request made of the opposition members of parliament; and so it has created a significant unease on our part,” the opposition spokesman asserted.

LBC ANALYSIS.

Another day, another set of whining from an Opposition that is out of touch with reality. After been thrashed by the Andrew Holness led JLP twice in a year, the PNP has been trying to create mischief ever since.

Recently, it was about the bushing of roadways and PMO’S, punctured by the occasional victimization charge, and now it is back again. But it fits a pattern. Everytime there is good news in the economy the PNP tries to distract the nation’s attention from it.

Recently it was the beauty queen who obviously cannot cook, rice, running to the media falsely claiming to have bought bad rice, as it later turned out.

On the matter of victimization, the PNP has no moral authority to stand on as they are the cheerleaders of that policy whenever they are in power. That’s one reason why the public sector is bloated, and highly inefficient.

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