Anthony Hylton

Jamaica's Opposition wants immigration conflict sent to CCJ

Jamaica's Opposition wants the Government to take cases of Jamaicans who have been illegally denied entry to Trinidad and Tobago to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), the Jamaica Gleaner is reporting.

The newspaper quotes Opposition spokesman on foreign affairs, Anthony Hylton, as saying the government must show that it is serious about protecting the rights of Jamaicans when they are breached.

Hylton told a news conference that the opposition is alarmed at the recent treatment of Jamaicans who sought to enter Trinidad.