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Deep hole
Let’s be honest. The abhorrent actions of the former administration, more than anything else, secured for Dr. Hubert Minnis and the rehabilitated Free National Movement (FNM) a tremendous victory on May 10. Voters we talked to did not vote for th...
 
 
The art of political expediency
When he reflected recently on the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) loss, former Speaker of the House of Assembly Dr. Kendal Major spoke of the need for politicians to “do the right thing”. Major also observed that former PLP ministers Jerome ...
 
 
Realistic plan needed for NHI
National Health Insurance (NHI), a program former Prime Minister Perry Christie had hoped would have been the defining achievement of his administration, is far from reality in any practical sense, notwithstanding the fact that the former government ...
 
 
Money matters
After the 2007 general election, when the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) suffered an embarrassing defeat, Perry Christie claimed the reason for the loss was that the Free National Movement (FNM) had outspent the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP). In ...
 
 
A new leaf
The new Parliament gets to work today, two weeks after Dr. Hubert Minnis and the Free National Movement (FNM) secured a convincing victory at the polls. The new government, which has been handed a tremendous mandate by the people of The Bahamas, wil...
 
 
Path from the pit
With Perry Gladstone Christie swept unceremoniously into retirement, the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) is at a crossroads. It can choose to gut itself and embark on a complete reconstruction, thereby sending a strong and important message to the e...
 
 
Selling out?
The decision by We March organizer Ranard Henfield to accept a Senate appointment from Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis appears less about a desire for “the people to have a seat around the table” — as he puts it — and more about pursuing his...
 
 
Something to watch
As Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis prepares to meet with the new principals of Baha Mar, we expect that the best interest of the Bahamian people and the stability of the national economy will be foremost in his mind. Minnis has had a lot to say abo...
 
 
Marred legacy
Finally. Perry Gladstone Christie is off the political scene. We can now look to the future. A new era. A fresh start. Like Sir Lynden Pindling and Hubert Ingraham before him, Christie did not know when to go. But unlike Sir Lynden and Ingraham...
 
 
Come to Jesus
Coming up for air after the brutal beating they took at the polls last week, the response from senior PLPs ranged from acknowledgement of their defeat to signs that they did not entirely get the message of their wholesale rejection by an electorate h...
 
 
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