JAMAICANS REMINDED MONDAY SEPTEMBER 19 NOT A PUBLIC HOLIDAY

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The Public is being reminded that Monday, September 19, the National Day of Mourning for The Queen, will not be observed as a public holiday in Jamaica.

Minister without Portfolio in the Office of the Prime Minister with Responsibility for Information, Robert Morgan, made the disclosure.

The Minister was responding to questions posed by Leader of Opposition Business, Phillip Paulwell, who sought clarification on a document which was tabled in the Lower House detailing activities during the period of mourning, being observed from September 8 to 19.

Mr. Morgan added that the Government then has to decide which aspect of the process to follow, “based on the context of our society and what are our imperatives.”