PNP’s Portia Simpson led, 2016 Spokesperson Council

The Expected or Unexpected, PNP’s Portia Simpson Miller assigns Spokesperson Council after losing 2016 Jamaica Election

What will the future hold for our political landscape?

Will there be new faces in high places? Or will it be same old, same old?

Well, Jamaicans are intrigued to see how the PNP rallies, from its 2016 election loss and whether they will listen to the ‘articulate minority’.

Many surmise that the leader of the Peoples’ National Party, is obstinate. The ‘mud slinging’ is rife with colorful names, for the PNP president, which I will not repeat here. Jamaicans on every side were ‘up in arms’, when the PNP decided to bow out of the National Debate.

So, will the PNP Executive take time out to analyse, synthesize and exercise some changes?

Who will go and who will stay?

In the mean time, let’s review the PNP’s Portia Simpson led, 2016  Spokesperson Council.

  1. Leader of the Opposition, Defence,  Social Transformation, Community Development and Gender Affairs – Portia Simpson-Miller with Deputy Colin Fagan
  2. Finance and Planning – Peter Phillips
  3. Public Service and Public Sector Modernisation – Senator Lambert Brown
  4. Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade – Dr  Morais Guy
  5. National Security – Peter Bunting
  6. Energy and Mining (and Leader of Opposition Business in the House of Representatives) – Phillip Paulwell
  7. Industry, Investment and Commerce – Anthony Hylton
  8. Justice and Governance (and Leader of Opposition Business in the Senate) – Senator Mark Golding
  9. Education and Training – Ronald Thwaites with deputy Michael Stewart
  10. Tourism – Dr Wykeham McNeil
  11. Health – Horace Dalley with deputy Dr Lynvale Bloomfield
  12. Information and the Knowledge Economy – Julian Robinson with deputy Dwayne Vaz
  13. Land and the Environment – Senator Sophia Frazer-Binns
  14. Agriculture – Dayton Campbell with deputy Victor Wright
  15. Transport – Mikael Phillips
  16. Works – Richard Azan with deputy Dr Winston Green.
  17. Housing and Rural Development – Luther Buchanan
  18. Labour and Social Security – Fenton Ferguson with deputy Senator Floyd Morris
  19. Youth and Culture – Lisa Hanna
  20. Sport and Entertainment – Natalie Neita Headley
  21. Local Government – Noel Arscott with deputy Denise Daley
  22. Water and Climate Change –Ian Hayles with deputy Evon Redman

 

 

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