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The changing nature of the Bahamian electorate
It has been 20 years since the Bahamian people reelected a government. That was the great landslide win of the Free National Movement on March 14, 1997. The party won 34 of 40 seats. Later it increased its majority to 35 seats after winning the by-el...
Hope for an organized vote count
This is the first general election for Sherlyn Hall as parliamentary commissioner, and there is concern as to the organization and administration of the vote because of what happened at the last referendum. We are accustomed to having the unofficial...
Prime minister should not show cowardice at the end of career
The governing Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) faces two scandals in the run-up to the general election. It was reported last week in The Tribune that Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald repeatedly begged then Baha Mar developer Sarkis Izmirlian f...
The signs of change
Since the general election of 2012 Bahamians have voted twice. In January 2013, we voted on gambling. In June 2016, there was the women’s rights referendum. In both cases the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) position was known. It wanted web sh...
Scandal mars hotel opening
Today the multibillion-dollar Baha Mar resort opens at Cable Beach. It’s a soft opening, part of a phased opening over the next year. The resort has had many ups and downs. It was first conceived of by developer Sarkis Izmirlian during the first Ch...
A rally that matters
We are certain that the majority of Bahamians are against Perry Christie and the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP). These five years of governance have been the worst in the country’s history since majority rule. The PLP’s only hope at retaining p...
An error that haunts the FNM
The night of the general election loss for the Free National Movement (FNM) in May 2012, Hubert Ingraham, the then leader, announced he was stepping down. Of the elected members of the FNM only Dr. Hubert Minnis and Neko Grant had served as full mem...
Improving our education system
Two of the indispensable ingredients necessary for a child’s successful education are a home life conducive to learning and good teaching in school. Improving the quality of family life is a rather complex matter, admitting no easy or short-term so...
Exercise your democratic power
Interesting debates always emerge when the question is posed as to whether or not citizens living in democracies should feel obligated to vote. Most democracies were fought for. People who campaigned for freedom, self-governance and civil rights wer...
Seeing our police on the streets
The Royal Bahamas Police Force has upped its presence in downtown Nassau. Young officers can be seen in groups of three and four at nearly every street corner in the city center. They are there during the day and night hours. Downtown Nassau is home...
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