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Editorial

 
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...
 
 
Time running out to register
If Prime Minister Perry Christie is to have Parliament dissolved and he calls an election in early May, as has been the case the past two elections, there are just a few weeks left to register to vote. Christie has urged Bahamians to register, as ha...
 
 
Minnis must continue focusing appeal on DNAs
If the Free National Movement (FNM) and Democratic National Alliance (DNA) were able to come to an accommodation, the joint alliance could sweep the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) out of office in landslide fashion. But, that is not to be. There we...
 
 
Sealed Baha Mar deal still haunts PLP
A general election will likely happen in May. A partial opening of Baha Mar is scheduled for next month. It seems both will happen before the Bahamian people see the deal the government came to with the Chinese for the Cable Beach resort. Last Augus...
 
 
Time running out to register
If Prime Minister Perry Christie is to have Parliament dissolved and he calls an election in early May, as has been the case the past two elections, there are just a few weeks left to register to vote. Christie has urged Bahamians to register, as ha...
 
 
Evacuation order should be taken seriously
The landfill fire continued on Monday. Toxic smoke could be seen across the island of New Providence. The government estimates it will take at least a week to get the fire under control. It is thought to have started on Sunday via embers from a near...
 
 
The dump burns and the people suffer, again
When the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) came to office in May 2012 there were a few pressing issues the party and country knew needed to be addressed. These included the failed state electricity supplier, the Bahamas Electricity Corporation; the hig...
 
 
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