Gallery | Jamaica Labour Party suffers a Massive Defeat

The out going goverment, the Jamaica Labour Party and its supporters in a somber mood after a landslide defeat by the Portia Simpson-Miller led People's National Party.The PNP walked away with 41 seats leaving the JLP with only 22.
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Andrew Holness addresses the media at the JLP headquaters yesterday night.
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Once again Andrew Holness is our face of the week. He is seen here facing reporters on Election night. He won back his seat but his party lost big.


Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) Leader, outgoing Prime Minister Andrew Holness (centre) and (from right) his wife Juliet, party general secretary Aundre Franklyn, former Senator Arthur Willianms and MP designate for West Kingston Desmond McKenzie face the media at the JLP's Belmont Road headquarters last night.
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Karl Samuda arrives at the JLP headquater's at Belmont Road loyally dressed in party green and patriotically sporting inked finger signalling he voted.
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Sharon A. Webster is conforted by Andrew Holness at the JLP headquaters yesterday night.
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Andrew Holness Arrives at the JLP headquater's, belmont road, Kingston
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Western Kingston Member of Parliament Desmond McKenzie comforts defeated Eastern St Catherine losing candidate Sharon Hay-Webster at the Jamaica Labour Party's Belmont Road headquarters last night as other supporters look on.
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Sharon Hay-Webster's citizenship status is now moot. She was among the losers on Thursday night even after switching parties. She is seen here at JLP headquarte on election night.
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