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Jeering contest upstages Parliament opening

Jamaica Gleaner News: "There's nothing in the Constitution that says supporters have to turn out for the ceremonial opening of Parliament, but they sure make it enjoyable.

The Jamaica Labour Party candidates positioned to the north of Gordon House (above the intersection of Duke and Charles streets) and the People's National Party supporters to the south (below Beeston Street's intersection) added as much colour and vibrancy to the proceedings as the military personnel and the dignitaries (fresh from the fashion houses with their new outfits)."


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