Initial results suggest a narrow win for Labour Party in parliamentary elections.
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“At the moment, the Jamaica Labour Party commands a majority of seats in parliament.”
He said that there were about three constituencies that were “closer than razor thin”.
Simpson Miller said that there are voting irregularities, in which PNP candidates could file legal challenges.
“Rules were being broken. When we should not be campaigning, people were out there campaigning and buying votes and we have this evidence.”
Shots were reportedly fired at a polling station on Monday, and seven people were killed in attacks last week that were said to be politically motivated.
The shooting incident at a polling station in the St. Andrews district in Kingston, had resulted in a suspension of voting for two hours.
The PNP have accused the JLP of carrying out the shooting.
No casualties were reported and voting resumed later in the afternoon after authorities deployed troops to the area, officials had said.
The former British colony has a population of some 2.7 million with an estimated per capita income of around $3,400.