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Editorial

 
The regularity of darkness
Modern, prosperous societies require reliable electricity supplies that are affordable. We do not have that in The Bahamas. The electricity has been going off every day in New Providence for nearly a week. Sometimes it’s for a few minutes; sometime...
 
 
The unraveling of Perry Christie
It is sad to see what has become of Perry Christie, our prime minister. That he thought it was a good idea to stand up on a community parade in Fox Hill and stick up his middle finger in front of everyone should indicate all is not well with a man wh...
 
 
A missed opportunity
For Branville McCartney and the Democratic National Alliance (DNA), this election is an existential fight. The DNA had a reasonable showing in its first election in 2012, winning 8.5 percent of the vote. This time, if the party is to survive, it has ...
 
 
Stay focused on the election
Assuming the election is called in early May, we have but two short months left in this political term. A serious party and leader would put all focus behind his campaign and ignore distractions from those merely seeking attention. Dr. Andre Rollins...
 
 
Hard to win elections with years of no economic growth
We are a few months away from a general election. Prime Minister Perry Christie is wrapping up his affairs. He will seek his third mandate, trying to tie his best friend, Hubert Ingraham. It would also be his first back-to-back win, if successful. C...
 
 
Free Town nomination fight a problem for Christie
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) is set to complete its candidate nomination process tonight. One of the last areas to get its candidate will be the newly named Free Town. Attorney Wayne Munroe wants the seat. Frank Smith wants the seat. By all in...
 
 
Hard to win elections with years of no economic growth
We are a few months away from a general election. Prime Minister Perry Christie is wrapping up his affairs. He will seek his third mandate, trying to tie his best friend, Hubert Ingraham. It would also be his first back-to-back win, if successful. C...
 
 
Election is between the PLP and FNM
The major political parties are naming their final candidates. Constituency offices are having official openings. The final pieces of legislation are being brought to Parliament. An election will soon be upon us. There are four organizations that ha...
 
 
Slowly getting there
We are slowly getting there. Voter registration numbers are climbing ahead of the next general election. According to information posted to the Parliamentary Registration Department’s Facebook page on Saturday, 112,622 people were registered to vot...
 
 
Cherish your free press
Our neighbor to the north, the United States, is navigating politically dangerous times. It has an occupant in the White House in President Donald Trump, who was aided in getting there by Russia, according to American intelligence agencies. It is unc...
 
 
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