“We are standing with criminals,” PNP heading to Court to challenge SOE’s Constitutionality

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The Opposition People’s National Party (PNP) is heading to the Nation’s Court to challenge the Constitutionality of the States of Emergency declared by the Government.

That’s the word from under pressure PNP head Peter Phillips. Phillips was speaking to local media at the end of the party’s NEC meeting held over the weekend.

The PNP voted against the first State of Emergency declared in St. James bringing it to a premature end. The Government then declared another State of Emergency which included St. James.

While the PNP is taking the side of criminals unleashing mayhem on the country, every opinion poll done since the government introduce States of Emergency, as an added Crime fighting tool, over 90% of Jamaicans are in full support of the SOE’s.

Staff Reporter

news@lbcnewsjm.com

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