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The Ministry of Justice is responsible for tasks such as administering legislation, delivering justice services, and providing policy support and analyses of law-related issues." List of ministers Eli Matalon (1974–1976) [ 1st Minister of Justice] Carl Rattray Q.C. (1976–1980) Winston Spaulding Q.C. (1980–1986) Oswald Harding Q.C. (1986–1989)
The Ministries of Jamaica are created at the discretion of the Prime Minister of Jamaica to carry out the functions of Government. As of 2021 the current Prime Minister is The Most Honorable Andrew Michael Holness, ON, MP. The agencies of Jamaica are created by both Parliamentary law and assigned to ministers to oversee.
The Court of Appeal is the highest appellate court in Jamaica; it is superior to the Supreme Court. The Court is composed of a President and six other Judges. The Chief Justice is also a judge ex officio of the Court of Appeal, but participates only when asked to do so by the President.
The Ministry of National Security ( MNS) is a statutory under the government of Jamaica responsible for maintaining national safety through the enforcement of law and order. It has its headquarters in the North Tower of the NCB Towers in Kingston. It is also charged with preserving the security of Jamaica’s borders.
Hon. Joseph Hibbert – Ministry of Transport and Works. Hon. Clifford Everald Warmington – Ministry of Water and Housing. Hon. Michael Stern – Ministry of Industry, Investment and Commerce. Hon. William J.C. Hutchinson – Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries. Hon. Laurence Broderick – Ministry of Mining and Energy.
A Ministry of Justice is a common type of government department that serves as a justice ministry ... Ministry of Justice (Jamaica) Ministry of Justice (Japan)
Section 79 (1) of the Constitution of Jamaica states that "there shall be an Attorney General who shall be the principal legal adviser to the Government of Jamaica" and pursuant to the Crown Proceedings Act all civil proceedings by or against the Government are instituted in the name of the Attorney General. Contents