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Editorial

 
Post-carnival election will hurt PLP
Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival is scheduled for May 4 to 6 in New Providence. Bahamians love a good party – especially if the music and drinks are flowing. Thousands will be on the streets for the road march. Thousands more will attend the concerts. It ...
 
 
Sun sets on the House
Members of the House of Assembly, our elected chamber, met for what appeared to be the final time yesterday. At the end of official business – the passing of bills and resolutions – those not seeking re-election said their goodbyes. Prime Minist...
 
 
The social media election
Paying for live coverage of political events on television is expensive. The major parties usually wait until the home stretch of the campaign before doing this. For the 2017 campaign, a new tool is allowing them to broadcast any time for free. The ...
 
 
Ensuring public service modernization continues
Many of us have had the pleasure of registering to vote over the past few months – an election is a few days away. Getting close to the process reminds us all of some of the glaring deficiencies. One such deficiency is the handwritten voter’s car...
 
 
Election is referendum on Christie
We again encourage Bahamians who have not registered for the next election to do so. The Parliament will soon be dissolved and an election date set. At that moment registration will cease. We have heard people say they are not sure who they will vot...
 
 
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 ...
 
 
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