Thursday, November 8, 2018

Jamaica Observer: Jamaicans not engaged in serious discussions on CCJ, says Golding

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Jamaica Observer: Jamaicans not engaged in serious discussions on CCJ, says Golding
Jamaica Observer: PAAC makes recommendations to improve accountability in ministries
Jamaica Observer: Free birth certificates
Jamaica Observer: Cabinet approves development of National Disaster Risk Policy
Jamaica Observer: Dem gains threaten Trump agenda

Jamaica Observer: Jamaicans not engaged in serious discussions on CCJ, says Golding

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REGIONAL Heads of Government who have not yet given the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) the green light will be in deep contemplation, former Prime Minister Bruce Golding is suggesting, after both Grenada and Antigua and Barbuda, by way of a referendum, voted to retain the London-based Privy Council as their final court.
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Jamaica Observer: PAAC makes recommendations to improve accountability in ministries

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THE Cabinet Office and Ministry of Finance and the Public Service have been urged to develop regulations for ministries, agencies and departments of Government regarding the employment of ex-offenders in the public service.
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Jamaica Observer: Free birth certificates

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THE National Identification System (NIDS) will be providing birth certificates, free of cost, to Jamaicans who are not or partially registered ahead of the roll-out of the national identification programme next year.
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Jamaica Observer: Cabinet approves development of National Disaster Risk Policy

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CABINET has approved the development of a Policy on National Disaster Risk Financing. The policy, a release from the Ministry of Finance and the Public Service said yesterday, is set against the backdrop that Jamaica, between 1993 and 2003, suffered from 26 natural disasters which resulted in total losses and damage of US$2.22 billion.
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Jamaica Observer: Dem gains threaten Trump agenda

PRN-Caribbean News from mikenova (15 sites)
WASHINGTON, DC, USA (AP) — Democrats have regained control of the House from President Donald Trump's Republican Party in the midterm elections, powered by a suburban revolt that has threatened what's left of the president's governing agenda.
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