Portia Simpson Miller, who underwhelmed and led from behind during her tenure as Jamaica’s Prime Minister, is scolding Prime Minister Andrew Holness and his administration on the upcoming 2016/2017 budget. The queen of inaction speaks and what she says is laughable.
Simpson Miller claims the budget is made up of “many programs that were left behind from her administration.” She also states the programs lack “critical elements that will make them workable,” the Jamaica Observer reports.
Jamaica Observer: “We left them there with adequate funding… we are concerned,” Simpson Miller stated, arguing that the Andrew Holness-led Government was proving to be “a Government of announcements” which are not linked to formal policy and the funds to support those policies.
The Opposition leader made the criticisms in the House of Representatives yesterday during her budget presentation — a significant portion of which extolled the various programmes undertaken by her People’s National Party during its four years in power.
Really Portia? Is that why life is good for the masses in Jamaica at this juncture? Your programs worked so well, there’s zero unemployment and the dollar is stronger than the Euro.
If Portia cared so much that Jamaica is “now at a delicate stage of recovery” then why did she botch her campaign? Why didn’t she participate in the debates and level with the Jamaican people? No, she thought she was entitled to being prime minister without actually answering to the voters. It’s so easy to be an armchair quarterback. I have two words for Portia, “bye Felicia.”
Hey, Portia, remember this?
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