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Minnis sworn in as prime minister
Dr. Hubert Minnis was sworn in as the prime minister of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas Thursday night during a short ceremony at Government House. In his first speech as prime minister, Minnis pledged to uphold the ideals of the country. He said Ba...
 
 
Wipeout
The Bahamian people yesterday delivered a wholesale and brutal rejection of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) in an election that saw a wipeout of the former Cabinet, including political giants like Perry Gladstone Christie, and the rise to power o...
 
 
What’s next for the PLP?
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) will have to go into a "mode of rebuilding" the party's Chairman Bradley Roberts said in a public statement on national television, as he conceded the 2017 general election to the Free National Movement (FNM), even...
 
 
‘We will let the law take its course’
In his victory speech last night, incoming Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis warned that while the Free National Movement (FNM) administration will not victimize anyone, those who have abused positions of trust “may have something to fear”. “We...
 
 
Butler-Turner defeated in Long Island
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) and the majority of its Cabinet were politically slaughtered last night by the Free National Movement (FNM), but several key members in the political arena were among the causalities, including former Long Island M...
 
 
Minnis: A man who persevered
Despite being ousted as leader of the Official Opposition last year, facing two leadership challenges and constant criticism on his ability to lead, Free National Movement (FNM) Dr. Hubert Minnis will become the next prime minister of The Bahamas. ...
 
 
Minnis had expressed voter irregularity concerns
The decisive victory at the polls for the Free National Movement (FNM) dimmed concerns about voter irregularities, but Minnis — the future prime minister — reported after voting around noon yesterday, that he had received reports of voting irregu...
 
 
Man accused of voter fraud casts ballot
A man accused of voter fraud in March voted without incident in the general election yesterday, his lawyer confirmed. Attorney Philip Hilton, lawyer for Andrew Johnson, said that officials “couldn’t afford” to disenfranchise his client. The 5...
 
 
FNM secures landslide victory
In what is the worst defeat of a governing party in recent history, the Bahamian people landed a crushing blow to the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) at the polls Wednesday.Up to last night, the PLP had only secured four seats: Englerston; Cat Island...
 
 
Minnis: Irregularities in five constituencies
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said today he has received reports of voting irregularities in at least five constituencies Minnis said his fears about a botched process are being realized. “I was complaining about the p...
 
 
PM assures no plan to steal election
Prime Minister Perry Christie assured today that the government is not involved in any deceptive moves intended to steal today’s general election. The prime minister said he wants to see a free and fair election. Christie was asked to respond...
 
 
Grimes accuses FNM of being irresponsible in claims related to voting in Elizabeth.
PLP trustee and attorney Valentine Grimes suggests the FNM's complaints with the voting process in Elizabeth are overblown. FNM candidate Dr. Duane Sands has taken issue with the absence of 144 unused ballots from the advance poll. Voting in Eliza...
 
 
A final case
The curtains fell on the 2017 general election campaign of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) minutes before midnight last night, with Prime Minister Perry Christie employing the major themes he adopted over the last several weeks, as he made his fi...
 
 
Minnis: We can’t survive more of PLP
In his final address to voters before they head to the polls, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis last night pleaded with Bahamians to end the rule of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) and Prime Minister Perry Christie. During ...
 
 
Ingraham: Nation needs a new start
Former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham made his final appeal to Bahamians last night, contending that if the public wants to learn what the Christie administration has done on its behalf, answers on national issues which remain either unresolved, unan...
 
 
Advance poll ballot boxes appear compromised
Following a meeting with Acting Parliamentary Commissioner Charles Albury yesterday morning, the Free National Movement (FNM), and the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) questioned the security of the advance poll ballot boxes, while Progressive Libe...
 
 
Carl Smith resigns as returning officer
Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of National Security Carl Smith has resigned from his post as a returning officer. According to newly appointed Acting Parliamentary Commissioner Charles Albury, Smith made the decision by himself over the weekend...
 
 
Ingraham confident in Charles Albury
Amid concerns raised over the smoothness of today’s election with last week’s chaotic advance poll fresh in the minds of voters, former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham said yesterday he has confidence newly appointed Acting Parliamentary Commissio...
 
 
Mitchell to U.S. blogger: Butt out
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Fox Hill candidate Fred Mitchell called an American political strategist and commentator ignorant after a clip of the man suggesting that China owns The Bahamas went viral. While a guest on Fox News Radio on Monday ni...
 
 
Murder convict’s appeal delayed
The appeal of a man convicted of murder two years ago has been postponed for two months. Rolin Alexis was sentenced to 42 years and eight months for the July 2011 shooting death of Deslin Nichols, who was also known as “Limbo”. Alexis appeared ...
 
 
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