Member of Parliament for South Eastern St. Andrew, Julian Robinson has released his annual report for the year 2018, highlighting some of the initiatives and projects undertaken in the constituency.
In a post on Facebook on Thursday, January 10, Robinson noted that the report is available via his website, www.julianjrobinson.com.
“As part of an election commitment to transparency and accountability, every year for the past seven years of my service as Member of Parliament for South East St. Andrew, I have published an account of my work over the year,” he explained.
“This report highlights some of the initiatives and projects undertaken during the calendar year of 2018,” Robinson remarked.
The South East St. Andrew MP added that the report “does not attempt to cover every single activity”, but rather provides an overview of my work as the two-time constituency representative.
What’s more, Robinson noted that for his 2018 annual report, he has included an overview of his legislative work in Parliament – a first, which he says is as a direct response to a request from his constituents.
The charismatic General Secretary of the People’s National Party (PNP), in listening to the calls from his constituents, is seemingly one step closer to an impressive third consecutive win as MP for South East St. Andrew.
The seat has been politically dominated by the PNP a whopping ten times since Independence, with the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) only winning the constituency once, back in 1980 through Isaac Allen.
Should Robinson continue his successful tenure as MP in the area come the next general election, he would tie with the late Easton Douglas’ ‘three-peat’ of wins in 1989, 1993 and 1997.
By: Gavin Riley