PRIME MINISTER'S SPEECH FAILS TO INSPIRE HOPE SAYS G2K

Generation 2000, the young professional arm of the Jamaica Labour Party, today described the speech by the Hon. Portia Simpson-Miller at her party’s annual conference on Sunday as uninspiring.

President of G2K Mr. Floyd Green says that the Prime Minister, in her 70 minute presentation, again failed to address key problems gripping the Jamaican people or to craft a credible vision for transforming the country that we could all share.

JUTC fare increase an act of cruelty – G2K

Kingston, Jamaica: Generation 2000, the young professional affiliate of the Jamaica Labour Party is describing the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) bus fare increase, that was announced by the Minister of Transport, Works and Housing, Dr. Omar Davies as an act of cruelty. The organization is calling on the people of Jamaica to reject the increase and force the Ministry to not implement the announced increases come Sunday.

Jamaica headed down the wrong path - G2K

Kingston, Jamaica:  Generation 2000 (G2K), the young professional affiliate of the Jamaica Labour Party, says that the latest findings from the 2014 United Nations Human Development Index, confirm a well known fact that Jamaica is presently heading in the wrong direction. 

SLB shortfall will have a devastating effect on tertiary education - G2K

Kingston, Jamaica: Generation 2000 (G2K), the Young Professional affiliate of the Jamaica Labour Party today expressed grave concern at the persistent inability of the Student Loan Bureau (SLB) to service the needs of qualified applicants and the devastating impact that that this will have on tertiary education. The organisation called upon the Minister of Education to outline a comprehensive plan to bring viability to the (SLB) while ensuring the sustainability of the tertiary education.

SLB being unraveled by Government Action

MINISTERS OF SECURITY AND JUSTICE MISSING THE POINT - G2K

Kingston, Jamaica: Generation 2000 (G2K), the young professional affiliate of the Jamaica Labour Party is expressing condolences to the family of Mario Deane, a 31-year-old construction worker who died while in the custody of the state at the Barnett Street Police Station in Montego Bay, and is calling on the police high command to immediately suspend the persons who were responsible for oversight of the lock-up at the time of the incident, pending investigation.

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