Parliamentarian

Entered into database:
February 14, 2019

The Most Hon.

Andrew Holness ON, PC, MP

Political career: As of March 3, 2016 he serves as the Prime Minister of Jamaica and since 1997 as MP for West Central St Andrew. PM Holness currently has ministerial portfolio responsibilities for Economic Growth and Job Creation and responsibilities associated with the Office of the Prime Minister. He is also the leader of the Jamaica Labour Party and served previously as Prime Minister (Oct 23, 2011 to Jan 5, 2012) and is the 9th holder of the office. He has served as Opposition Spokesperson on Land and Development (1999-2002) and Opposition Spokesperson on Housing and later Education. Between 2007 and 2012 he sat in the Cabinet as Minister of Education.

Profession: Accountant. He served as Executive Director at the Voluntary Organization for Uplifting Children from 1994 to 1996 and then joined the Premium Group of Companies, acting as a special assistant to former Prime Minister and JLP Party leader Edward Seaga.

Education: He is a graduate of the St. Catherine High School and the University of the West Indies, MSc in Development Studies and a BSc in Management Studies.

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MPs score is not impacted by absence that is caused by illness or the need to attend to official Government business.

House of Representatives

2016/2017
35/41 Meetings
2017/2018
44/47 Meetings
2018/2019
41/47 Meetings
2019/2020
34/38 Meetings
2020/2021
34/46 Meetings

Please see: CDF Operational Procedures – March 2019

Note Policy Change: 2015/16 and beyond, meetings are required every other year (prior annually).

Constituency Development Fund Consultations

2016/2017
No meetings held
2017/2018
No meetings held
2018/2019
1/1 Meeting
2019/2020
1/1 Meeting
2020/2021
No data available

Constituency Development Fund Reports

No CDF reports have been received to date

NOTE: The Integrity Commission reports on offences under the Act. The Tick/Check Mark indicates that an offence has occurred in that particular year. The X indicates that no offence occurred and the Parliamentarian is compliant.

Assessed under the then Parliament (Integrity of Members) Act, 1973. Repealed as of February 22, 2018

  • Did not declare
  • Declared late
  • Reported to Parliamentary Leader
  • Declaration not cleared
  • Reported to Director of Public Prosecution (DPP)
  • Fined in Resident Magistrate's Court
2014
2015
2016
2017

Based on the Integrity Commission's interpretation of "Part VII Privilege and Confidentiality", Section 56 of the Integrity Commission Act, 2017, the Annual Reports of the Integrity Commission no longer name nor identify any Parliamentarian that commits an offence (a breach) of the Act, neither will it name nor identify any Parliamentarian that is being further investigated or prosecuted for the offence(s) committed.

Assessed under the Integrity Commissions Act, 2017

  • Did not declare
  • Declared late
  • Reported to Parliamentary Leader
  • Declaration not cleared
  • Reported to Director of Corruption Prosecution
  • Fined for failure to report on time and/or provide info.
  • Fined for false statement or information
  • Prosecuted by Director of Corruption Prosecution
2018
2019

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