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Time for fixed election dates
Our last three general elections took place in early May. It appears we are set for another May election, though Parliament has not been dissolved and a date set. We are waiting on the prime minister to advise the governor general for the election to...
 
 
Long-term solution at landfill needed
The fire is not fully extinguished at the landfill in New Providence. Residents in nearby areas are still breathing in toxic smoke. Firefighters have been doing their best to out the blaze which started several weeks ago and led to the evacuation of ...
 
 
The North Abaco MP discredited himself
Members of Parliament get paid $28,000 per year to be legislators. It is not enough, but it is the salary to perform the job. Everyone knows that going into frontline politics. The salary has essentially been the same for 30 years. The primary job o...
 
 
Time for fixed election dates
Our last three general elections took place in early May. It appears we are set for another May election, though Parliament has not been dissolved and a date set. We are waiting on the prime minister to advise the governor general for the election to...
 
 
Young competitors show our best
On Sunday a group of talented young Bahamians participated in the 20th Annual Bahamas National Spelling Bee. After four hours of intense competition, 12-year-old St. Augustine’s College student Jee’Von Pratt won. Pratt, whose winning word was ...
 
 
March and then vote
We are entering the final days of the current Parliament. This week’s sittings may be the last before it is dissolved and a general election called. Perry Christie and the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) have exhausted their mandate. It’s time to...
 
 
A losing argument by the prime minister
A general election looms. The signs are around the country. People have party flags on their cars. Supporters are walking through communities in their shirts. Posters are emerging along the streets. Prime Minister Perry Christie is trying out messag...
 
 
Keeping the peace
Watching videos posted online of a recent dispute between Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) and Free National Movement (FNM) supporters in the Golden Isles Constituency is disappointing. Based on the videos it’s unclear who started the confrontation...
 
 
Our crime problem is rooted in a sin of the past
During his year-end press conference earlier this year, data provided by Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade indicated that crime declined in 2016 by 26 percent as compared to the year before. Property crime dropped by 29 percent and crimes aga...
 
 
FNM leader can do better
Dr. Hubert Minnis is the leader of a proud party that is 45 years old. It has won government three times. When the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) is in office the leader of the Free National Movement (FNM) is perceived as the prime minister’s riva...
 
 
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