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“William Alexander Bustamante (1884-1977) was Jamaica's first Prime Minister. He campaigned for workers' rights, and he was imprisoned for standing up for his beliefs.”

Sir Alexander Bustamante

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“ Andrew Holness was first elected to represent the constituency of West Central St. Andrew in 1997 at the age of 25. He is currently in his third consecutive term.”

Hon. Andrew Holness

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“He was elected to the House of Representatives in 1945 and took over from Mr. Frank Pixley and became Minister of Social Welfare and Labour.”

Sir Donald Sangster

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“The Most Hon. Hugh Lawson Shearer, Jamaica’s third Prime Minister, was born in the village of Martha Brae just outside of Falmouth, Trelawny on May 18, 1923.”

Hon. Hugh Shearer

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“The Most Honourable Edward Philip George Seaga, O.N. P.C., M.P., LL.D. (Hon.), former Prime Minister, 1980-89, Leader of the Opposition between 1989 and 2006.”

Hon. Edward Seaga

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“ He was the first Speaker of the House in Independent Jamaica and also served as Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Housing.”

Hon. Bruce Golding

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