Sunday June 19, 2016 | Jamaica Gleaner
Andrew Answers - PM Opens Accounts To Media Showing Assets Of $152 Million In 2016
Prime Minister Andrew Holness last Friday presented sections of the media with the annual reports he has filed with the Integrity Commission since he became a member of the Government in 2007, and vowed to enact legislation to force other political leaders to do the same.
Holness displaying documents which showed him with assets of US$472,531 and J$7.1 million when the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) was elected to form the Government in September 2007.
With his latest filing submitted to the commission recently, Holness had assets of US$415,026 and J$99.3 million, approximately J$152 million in total, and liabilities of J$34.4 million.Holness pointed out that he entered Parliament as a minister of government already owning the house at Great House Boulevard, which he bought in 2001 for J$7 million. It was valued at $20 million at the time.