Jamaicans Support Term Limits For Politicians

According to a recent RJRGleaner/Don Anderson poll, 77.1 percent of respondents subscribe to term limits of politicians.

A further breakdown of the results of the polls shows that 54.6 percent of those interested in term limits argued that the prime minister should serve no more than two terms.

At the same time, 25.8 percent would allow for a third term.

Respondents also called for term limits for MPs with 48.2 percent arguing for no more than two terms while 30.2 percent put a cap of 30.2 percent.

The report also noted that one term for MPs was supported by 9.5 percent of those polled, while 9.2 percent said they would allow the legislator to serve more than three terms.

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 Edited by Jesus Chan

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