Parliamentarian

Heroy Clarke MP

Political career: Currently serving his second term as a Member of Parliament in the St. James Central Constituency. He was Vice President of the JLP’s youth arm, Young Jamaica from 1996-2000 and JLP Councillor for Montego Bay South East (Rose Heights) Division (1998). MP Clarke currently serves on the following Parliamentary Committees:

  • Internal and External Affairs
  • Human Resources and Social Development
  • Infrastructure and Physical Development
  • Committee of Privileges
  • Public Accounts
  • Public Administration and Appropriations
  • House Committee
  • Constituency Development Fund

Profession: Customs Broker, Building Contractor and a self-styled farmer.

Education: Cornwall College, currently pursuing Law degree at UTECH.

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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

2015/2016
Not a member
2016/2017
38/40 Meetings
2017/2018
45/47 Meetings
2018/2019
45/47 Meetings
2019/2020
36/37 Meetings

Public Accounts Committee

2015/2016
Not a member
2016/2017
Not a member
2017/2018
Not a member
2018/2019
4/4 Meetings
2019/2020
13/15 Meetings

Public Accounts and Appropriations Committee

2015/2016
Not a member
2016/2017
Not a member
2017/2018
Not a member
2018/2019
11/23 Meetings
2019/2020
16/23 Meetings

Please see: CDF Operational Procedures – October 2015

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

Constituency Development Fund Consultations

2016/2017
1/1 Meeting
2017/2018
No meetings required
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 Repealed as of February 22, 2018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
2017

Based on the Integrity Commission's interpretation of "Part VII Privilege and Confidentiality, Clauses 55 and 56 of the Integrity Act", the public is no longer provided information on the breaches committed by Members of Parliament, nor information on any who is being investigated or prosecuted.

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 information
  • Fined for false statement or information
  • Prosecuted by Director of Corruption Prosecution
2018
2019

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