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Editorial

 
Your vote has real consequences
We have all had our say and today is voting day in the gender equality referendum. We should be proud as a country that we fight our battles with words and not bullets. For all our problems we keep violence out of our politics. The Bahamas is a sophi...
 
 
Summoning moral courage
We are in the closing moments of what has been a spirited debate on reforming our constitution. The arguments on the yes and no sides have been taken around the country. Tomorrow is voting day. We the people have a chance to directly control our affa...
 
 
Don’t be deceived on Referendum Day
There are many Bahamians who are fearful of change and they acknowledge that they do not understand the questions in the upcoming gender equality referendum. Out of fear they will vote no to ensure that “strange values” do not come to The Bahamas...
 
 
What is the whole plan for energy sector reform?
Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) is seeking an electricity rate increase. The company made the move in order to fund what BPL CEO Pamela Hill termed required investments in infrastructure, equipment and employees. In an unpublished letter to custom...
 
 
FNM leadership fight is not about race
The Free National Movement (FNM) leadership issue remains unclear. Dr. Hubert Minnis is attempting to hold on to his job of four years. A group of dissidents is trying to remove him. In that group is Loretta Butler-Turner. She ran against Minnis befo...
 
 
Have the early convention
The Free National Movement (FNM) is divided. Party Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis has led the organization for four years. He has tried to keep the FNM relevant. He has tried to take the fight to the governing Progressive Liberal Party (PLP). He has tried ...
 
 
Rejecting hate speech from an elected official
As you get older you realize it is often better to ignore foolishness spewed with little reflection. When this foolishness is spewed by a member of Parliament, however, we have to take note and respond. Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller, a member of the g...
 
 
A Baha Mar announcement with few details
It was budget day yesterday in the House of Assembly – the last one before the general election. Prime Minister Perry Christie, who is also minister of finance, was upbeat. He boasted of slaying the deficit. He announced a $22 million training and ...
 
 
Save your anger for the general election
We are nearing Referendum Day on June 7. The arguments have been made on both sides. We think Bahamians should vote yes to the gender equality measures, but there is a lot of reservation and anger among members of the electorate. Part of this anger ...
 
 
Minnis has become the Christie of 2002
When the constitutional referendum bills passed in Parliament they had the support of both the governing Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) and the opposition Free National Movement (FNM). They also had the support of the leaders of those parties in Pri...
 
 
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