Julian J. Robinson M.P.
Hon. Julian J. Robinson is the Minister of State in the Ministry of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining, Member of Parliament for South Eastern St. Andrew, and Deputy General Secretary of the People's National Party.
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MP Julian Robinson made a presentation to the Seoul Conference on Cyberspace held in Seoul, South Korea on October 17, 2013 on the theme "Beyond the Digital Divide towards Global Prosperity". The Conference was attended by over 1,000 delegates from 87 countries across the world.
Report of the Joint Select Committee of Parliament to review "The Cybercrimes Act" tabled in Parliament
The Committee chaired by MP Julian Robinson, tabled its report in Parliament on Tuesday, October 1, 2013.
The report contains recommendations for the strengthening of the Cybercrimes Act and specifically includes new provisions to cover new forms of criminality and makes provisions for increasing the penalties for offenders.
See attached report
MP Julian Robinson's presentation at the annual constituency conference of S.E. St. Andrew held on Sunday, August 11, 2013
Development proposal for Mountain View Avenue
See attached link to proposal to develop food and craft shops on Mountain View Avenue
Sectoral presentation "ICT as an enabler for growth and development" - Tuesday, May 28, 2013
See attached sectoral presentation by Minister of State in the Ministry of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining, the Hon. Julian Robinson entitled "ICT as an enabler for growth and development".
MP Robinson opens new classroom block at Destowe Bennett Basic School
March 13, 2013: Member of Parliament, The Hon. Julian Robinson today, opened a new classroom block at the Destowe Bennett Early Childhood Centre in the Vineyard Town community of his constituency.
The new classroom block will facilitate two additional classes, whose students had been housed in another building adjacent to the school. The project to build the additional classroom block was funded from the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) in the amount of Five Million, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars, ($5,500,000) and represents the single largest expenditure from the CDF for this financial year in the constituency.
“The construction of the new classroom block highlights and represents my commitment as a political representative to invest in early childhood education and development” says MP Robinson.
“This project was the brainchild of former Member of Parliament, Mrs. Maxine Henry Wilson and I am proud to have made it a reality” says Robinson.
The construction lasted twelve months and was done within budget.
1st Annual Report to the residents of S.E. St. Andrew
On this, the first anniversary of my election, which took place on December 29, 2011, I am pleased to report on my stewardship as your Member of Parliament. Although the past year has been a particularly challenging one for us as a country and indeed in the constituency, we have been able to achieve much.
I wish to thank all the constituents of SE St. Andrew for the faith and confidence reposed in me and for your patience and understanding as we work together to build better communities and a strong nation. I also want to commend Councillors Andrew Swaby of the Vineyard Town Division and Kari Douglas of the Trafalgar Division for their support and work over the last year.
In the past year, activities within the constituency have focused on a few key areas, in keeping with commitments I made as a candidate. This is a brief account of the activities and achievements of 2012: