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A political party adrift
The Free National Movement (FNM) has a new chairman. Sidney Collie, a former party deputy leader, member of Parliament and Cabinet minister, on Thursday won the post that was vacated by Michael Pintard. Pintard resigned in the wake of the latest disc...
 
 
Free speech, Parliament and the separation of powers
The Peter Nygard-Louis Bacon feud continues to play out. The Bacon-funded organization Save The Bays and the governing Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) are fighting the latest round of the proxy war between the two wealthy Lyford Cay residents. Jerom...
 
 
PLP misunderstands why Bahamians are upset
The Nassau Guardian is not that close to the New Providence landfill. It is miles away. When it burns, though, we are not spared from the smoke and awful odor that results. One night recently while departing our Carter Street office, it looked like ...
 
 
FNM council ignoring base and swing voters
The FNM house is severely battered following four years of dreadful leadership by Dr. Hubert Minnis. The party’s base is even more disaffected and depressed than it was at the beginning of Minnis’ leadership. Few independent and swing voters tak...
 
 
No quick resolution to the Baha Mar situation
For a country struggling with 15 percent unemployment and a growth rate in the one percent vicinity, anytime discussion of the future of the Baha Mar resort comes up Bahamians get hopeful. The latest Baha Mar news came on Monday. While pledging to c...
 
 
Broad coalition needed to secure referendum win
The gender referendum date has been announced. On June 7, Bahamians will vote up or down four measures intended to ensure equality between men and women. “I want to be clear, these bills do not propose radical changes. Instead, this is about makin...
 
 
Perceptions of the PLP and the carnival
The governing Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) is unpopular. It is led by a man, Perry Christie, who has stayed on too long. Consequently, new policies or initiatives it brings forward meet much resistance. According to president of the Bahamas Carni...
 
 
Watson asks the million-dollar question
Expressing his concern that more qualified individuals have not been nominated for chairmanship of the Free National Movement (FNM), Frank Watson posed a question which hit the nail on the head of the opposition party’s ongoing political woes. “...
 
 
Free speech, Parliament and the separation of powers
The Peter Nygard-Louis Bacon feud continues to play out. The Bacon-funded organization Save The Bays and the governing Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) are fighting the latest round of the proxy war between the two wealthy Lyford Cay residents. Jerom...
 
 
The dump fires and the power of public outrage
The Panama Papers claimed its first high-profile person yesterday. The prime minister of Iceland, Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson, resigned as a result of information released in the leak of 11.5 million documents from the Panama-based law firm Mossack ...
 
 
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