Jamaica: mobilize voters for the legislative

Jamaica: mobilize voters for the legislative

Kingston : Jamaica | Dec 29, 2011 at 10:41 PM PST
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AFP - The Jamaicans were massively to the polls Thursday in connection with parliamentary elections that could see the defeat of the outgoing Labour and a return of the PNP, the ruling party in the Caribbean island for 17 years.

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A Moroccan voter casts a ballot in the legislative election at a polling station in Rabat
A Moroccan voter casts a ballot in the legislative election at a polling station in Rabat
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