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Cleaning up government
On swearing in his new Cabinet on Monday, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis told his ministers that if they are involved in inappropriate dealings they will be fired. Minnis also said on the campaign trail that once elected he would seek to find out h...
The new Cabinet
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis announced the remainder of his Cabinet yesterday. There are three constitutional ministers — the prime minister, the minister of finance and the attorney general. They (Minnis, Peter Turnquest and Carl Bethel, respe...
Reform and the PLP
No sitting government of The Bahamas has ever been thrown out of office by the people in a manner as took place on May 10. The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) barely won four seats, as compared to the 35 seats taken by the now ruling Free National Mo...
New prime minister takes office
Dr. Hubert Minnis was yesterday sworn in as prime minister of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas. It was an historic evening at Government House. Minnis is the first prime minister of The Bahamas who was not in a Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Cabinet...
Christie now has a legacy
We wrote in this space that this election was a referendum on Perry Gladstone Christie. The Bahamian people yesterday used the Free National Movement (FNM) as a vehicle to send him home once and for all. Our economy has not grown in four years; Chri...
The peaceful struggle for power
Today is voting day across the country. Bahamians will decide if they want to stay with the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) under Perry Christie, or go with the Free National Movement (FNM) under Dr. Hubert Minnis. Each side has put its case to the ...
Those who want change must vote for it
Our constitution gives each Bahamian who is 18 years of age or older, who is ordinarily resident in The Bahamas, who has not been judged mentally unfit and who is not incarcerated, the right to register and vote. Bahamians were urged to register fro...
Change at the Parliamentary Registration Department
Four days before the general election, the government removed Sherlyn Hall as parliamentary commissioner and replaced him with Charles Albury, permanent secretary in the Ministry of Tourism. The government made the announcement on Friday. Hall’s t...
Fort Charlotte race may hold key to PLP’s future
The other day driving down Nassau Street near Bay Street, we saw a team of canvassers from the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) going door to door. Among them was the PLP’s candidate for the area, Alfred Sears. He looked determined and gracious, eng...
We must not have chaos on election day
This is the second voting that has taken place under Parliamentary Commissioner Sherlyn Hall. Each time there was disarray. We are accustomed to having the unofficial results of our elections a few hours after polls close. Instead, on June 7, 2016, ...
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