Sleeveless Rule Suspended at Government Offices and Agencies

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Jamaica News: After years of clamour for changes to what many deemed an unnecessary and archaic rule, change has finally come for dress code regulations at government entities.

Prime Minister Andrew Holness officially suspended the no-sleeveless policy and instructed a full review of government dress code practices.

The Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport Olivia Grange has been mandated to formulate, subject to consultation, a government dress code policy that is aligned with modern considerations as well as the climatic realities of Jamaica.

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Mr Holness said the decision was arrived at after consideration was given to  concerns expressed by members of the public who had the unfortunate experience of being prevented from entering some state entities due to the lack of sleeves on their tops.

 

By: Mckoy’s News Reporter

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