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Holness Urges Churches To Join Crime Fight Prime Minister Andrew Holness is calling on churches across the island to help develop the “heartware” of Jamaicans as the next phase to tackle crime in Jamaica. In a passionate speech at the National Day of Prayer held at the Power of Faith Ministries in St Catherine, yesterday, Holness argued that the ending of the states of emergency has contributed to the crimes across the country as he expressed concern about the savagery of some of the criminal acts that have been committed. Holness noted that $40 billion has been spent to develop the software and hardware of the national security architecture over the last four years including new vehicles, software systems, communication systems, surveillance aircraft and equipment for security forces, but he argued that more effort is needed to develop the heartware. “We have a massive army of heart surgeons, right here in the church, you have the medicine which is the Bible and the Gospel. I need you to reach beyond the walls of your church and the numbers of your congregation to those men, especially the young boys who believe that the only solution to conflict is violence,” said Holness. “The heartware is not about the budget that we spend. Yes we can make policie,s but we need partners and why I have decided to use this platform is that the best partner in all of this is Jesus Christ and his institution on earth, the Church,” added Holness. Up to yesterday the country had recorded 14 murders since the start of this year and Holness noted that this is slightly above last year. “I reflected on some of the heinous crimes that have happened in the last few weeks, family member killing family member, silly arguments at parties that have terribly injured our young people, there is no amount of policemen who could stop that,” said Holness. “We couldn't stop the three persons murdered in a rural part of Clarendon, where crime does not happen. Men found their way there and wiped out [people]. No amount of police is going to stop that,” declared the prime minister. Making reference to the Bible scripture Matthew 15:19, Holness said: “These are what defy a person. As a people what we can't escape that personal responsibility. What is happening to people and their hearts? — that a family can't find it within themselves to settle their disputes without dismembering a member of their family? “That a man pull a prank and you buy it and you take up your gun and see it that people were dead as a result of that, what is in your heart, man? We have to see violence as a disease that is infecting out people's hearts and we have to treat with it. There are some things that we will have to do.” While declaring that his Administration would not support members of the security forces who breach the rights of Jamaicans, Holness lauded police and military for what he said is their fairly good job in fighting crime. “The security force is our last defence against criminals. The value of our security forces is not just for fighting crime, it is very helpful, integral and essential in managing the COVID-19 pandemic. There is no action that we could have taken as a Government to manage the pandemic without the security forces in front and centre,” said Holness. He added that while security forces operated last year with states of emergency, zones of special operation and public order operations, there was also an increase in their investigative capacity. Never before in the history of Jamaica, has the police force brought so many cases before the court because that is what policing is supposed to do. Our strategy has never been to empower any special squad or any special unit to go and fight crime in the conventional and traditional understanding of crime-fighting. “We fight crime with intelligence and investigations before the courts which will give sentences that will act as deterrents,” declared Holness. Now you can read the Jamaica Observer ePaper anytime, anywhere. The Jamaica Observer ePaper is available to you at home or at work, and is the same edition as the printed copy available at http://bit.Ly/epaper-login Holness: 'Butch' Was A Man Way Ahead Of His Time PRIME Minister Andrew Holness has hailed Gordon 'Butch' Stewart as a man way ahead of his time, with “an eye for detail, and [an] ability to market and deliver world class service in any endeavour”. In a tribute last night, Holness said Stewart was an extraordinary human being with an unwavering commitment to the social good. “It is with deep sadness that I learnt of the passing of one of Jamaica's most brilliant, innovative and transformative business minds,” Holness shared to social media. “He has left his unmistakable mark across the region and the world and we shall miss him dearly. “I send heartfelt condolences to his family, friends, and the thousands of employees whose lives he no doubt personally impacted. This loss is not just Jamaica's, it is the Caribbean's.” The legendary Jamaican hotelier and Chairman of the ATL Group, Stewart passed away last evening. He was 79. Now you can read the Jamaica Observer ePaper anytime, anywhere. The Jamaica Observer ePaper is available to you at home or at work, and is the same edition as the printed copy available at http://bit.Ly/epaper-login Montrealers To Watch In 2021: Balarama Holness Ponders Run For Mayor © Provided by The Gazette Balarama Holness was profiled in the New York Times, in July, the headline claiming he As 2020 comes to a close, the Montreal Gazette looks at people who will make an impact in the year ahead. T’Cha Dunlevy talks to them about what’s on their mind in these challenging times. Balarama Holness is not ruling out a run for mayor. If he weren’t in bar school from January through June, the McGill law grad, community activist and former Montreal Alouettes football player says he would be making “an important announcement” in the first week of January. Instead it will be July, and the precise nature of the announcement remains to be determined. “I will be participating in the next municipal election,” Holness confirmed to the Montreal Gazette recently. “All options remain on the table in regards to running for mayor of Montreal, borough councillor or city councillor.” Holness ran unsuccessfully as a Projet Montréal candidate for mayor of Montreal North, in 2017, but much has changed since then. His organization Montréal en Action collected more than 22,000 signatures to force the city to hold public consultations on systemic racism, a 15-month process that involved the input of 7,000 Montrealers and led to a 252-page report of 38 recommendations, made public on June 15 (and submitted to Mayor Valérie Plante on June 3). Several other “major things” happened in June, according to Holness: Plante officially recognized the existence of systemic discrimination, announcing she would appoint a Commissioner to Counter Racism and Discrimination by October (the commissioner has yet to be named); and the provincial government implemented a group to fight racism and discrimination, led by Junior Health Minister Lionel Carmant and International Affairs Minister Nadine Girault. On June 18, Plante appointed Cathy Wong, the speaker of city council, to Montreal’s executive committee as the person responsible for diversity, inclusion in the workplace, the French language and the fight against racism and discrimination. Holness believes his group deserves at least some of the credit for these changes. “Montréal en Action forced a public dialogue and concrete action on systemic racism here in Quebec,” he said. “We changed the organizational structure of Montreal. … That’s something to be proud of.” Holness was profiled in the New York Times, in July, the headline claiming he “wants to be the ‘Canadian Obama.’ ” Federal politics may well be in his future, Holness acknowledged, but the next year will be all about passing his bar, and getting a foothold in municipal politics. “As a hopeful lawyer, I’m not excluding the option to practise strategic litigation,” he said. “But what differentiates me from many politicians is I’m not there for votes by any means necessary. “I’m there to advance a participatory democracy of the people, based on policy to represent people and their interests. My goal is to advance equitable policy; votes come thereof.” [email protected] twitter.Com/TChaDunlevy

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