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CAPI: Govít disclosures refreshing
2013-01-15 10:46:03 | with audio | (0 Comments)
Citizens Action for Principle and Integrity (CAPI) says it is encouraged by the statements from the government following Cabinetís recent retreat.
Co-convenor of the group, Senator Dennis Meadows - file photo.
Co-convenor of the group and former Jamaica Labour Party Senator, Dennis Meadows, said the utterances following the retreat are refreshing and give the country an insight into coming austerity measures.
He believes the statements will dispel the air of uncertainty in the economy.
CAPI said its only disappointment with the briefing from the Cabinet retreat, is the Prime minister's reluctance to be candid on the matter of possible job cuts.
CAPI said it believes these cuts are inevitable within the context of reducing the public sector wage bill.
It said itís important that the government be open and clear on the matter.
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Co-convenor Citizens Action For Principle And Integrity, Dennis Meadows.
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