Yesterday in the National Assembly, the Minister of Home Affairs, Robeson Benn, argued that serious crime decreased by 20 percent between the years of 2015 and 2022. He stated that the government has a more “emphatic” approach towards crime and violence and that this is reflected in the government’s approach.
Mr. Speaker, we have never been shy in making the connection between political participation, criminal behavior, and violent acts…
Mr. Speaker, the overall decline in crime statistics is expected to amount to a decrease of 20.6% between the years 2015 and 2022. According to what Benn mentioned yesterday during his contribution to the budget,
“We have reduced total robbery, severe crime, murder, and violence by an average figure of 20 percent.”
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Benn changed his attention to crime and security yesterday morning after focusing on a number of other areas. This was in reaction to heckling from the Opposition side of the House that “let’s talk security.”
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