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The FNM’s constitutional amendment woes go from bad to worse
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Darron Cash did his party no favors by coming out in defense of party leader Dr. Hubert Minnis’ bizarre about-face on the constitutional amendments aimed at establishing gender equality in The Bahamas. Three...
Changing the people in charge
The Bahamian people have changed. They relate differently now to politicians and political parties as compared to the majority rule (1967) period. A young Lynden Pindling and the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) won government that year, breaking t...
The importance of Rollins’ decision to take a stand
Dr. Andre Rollins stood in the House of Assembly this week to decry the authoritarian inner workings of party politics in The Bahamas and to denounce the threat of repercussions faced by independent-minded MPs.The Ft. Charlotte representative made ...
Does Minnis speak for the FNM?
Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday came across as a student of the Perry Gladstone Christie School of Leadership. The motto of that school being, “Speak first, think later and never plan”.Let us go back to the past – three weeks ago – when Minnis an...
Government should not abandon equality effort
The debate on the constitutional bills to bring equality in the passage of citizenship in The Bahamas has only just begun in the House of Assembly and already the governing Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) has become weak-kneed and wobbly.Last week...
A violent few hours in New Providence
Four people were shot dead over a 12-hour period between Sunday night and Monday morning in New Providence. Two others were shot and are in hospital. Police were forced to respond to five separate incidents. On Sunday, Brandon Russell, 23, was shot ...
Government gun-shy after past referendum failures
National Security Minister Dr. Bernard Nottage said that if there is not unanimous parliamentary support for the proposed constitutional amendments on gender equality, the government would not proceed with the referendum slated for November 6. “Th...
How we choose our governors general
Dame Marguerite Pindling is our new governor general of The Bahamas. The Nassau Guardian congratulates her on this profound distinction and trusts she will fulfill her duties in an exemplary and non-partisan manner. Her supporters think Dame Marguer...
Exam results are nothing to be pleased about
Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald expressed a positive reaction to the exam results of both senior and junior high school students that were released earlier this week. According to the results, student performance improved marginally in more ...
Poor leadership and the Renward Wells affair
The country has been waiting for weeks for leadership from the prime minister of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas on the Renward Wells affair. Thus far, however, our leader, Perry Christie, has chosen to dodge his responsibility. And yesterday his vag...
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