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The government’s new task ahead
Congratulations to Prime Minister Hubert Minnis, and his team of appointed Cabinet ministers and members of Parliament elect. They won a short, but bruising campaign, in part because the people were angry with the PLP as the government, and in part b...
 
 
Why the concerns of Caribbean youth matter
In much of the world, young people feel economically marginalized, politically alienated and in a struggle against insecurity and inequity. In the Caribbean, it is little different. Lack of opportunity, the absence of generational change, high level...
 
 
Positive perspectives of the 2017 election
“We observe today not a victory of party but a celebration of freedom.” – President John F. Kennedy   The general election of 2017 is now history. The people have spoken and spoken loudly and decisively. In about 10 hours, Bahamians all ...
 
 
A progressive new course — PLP 2022
There is no denying the fact that the Progressive Liberal Party respects the sovereign expression of the democratic will of the people of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas in the election of May 10, and accepts their decision as an opportunity for care...
 
 
A tide in the affairs of men - the regional private sector must act now
A little over a month ago I attended two meetings in Europe, and they both underscored the necessity for the Caribbean private sector to urgently reconstitute a representative body that is able to actively engage with, and advocate on behalf of, the ...
 
 
TPS, Haitians and U.S. President Donald Trump
Come next July 22, 2017, the Temporary Protected Status (TPS), accorded to some 60,000 Haitian migrants who fled their ravaged country after the earthquake of January 12, 2010, that may have killed some 300,000 people, will come to a determination fo...
 
 
Go ye from us
The people were tired of Perry Gladstone Christie. They could take no more of him. Bad leadership did not know when to go. And so the people took the action they had long been waiting for. We can now finally see the backs of Christie and the PLP f...
 
 
Bishop Delton Fernander’s vision for the Christian Council
Like salt that has lost its savor, the Bahamas Christian Council too often failed to season our national life with the richness and redemptive power of the gospels. In the past, the council was more prone to political favoritism rather than inspired ...
 
 
‘Nuff said!
There is no case for or against in this column today. Enough has been said. There is no grand expository on the state of things and how that state should influence the decisions voters of The Bahamas are making today. Enough has been said. There is n...
 
 
Venezuela’s crisis raises wider regional issues
Last week, after months of growing street protests, detentions, escalating violence, at least 36 deaths, and shortages of almost all basic necessities, Venezuela's President, Nicolas Maduro, announced the creation of a constituent assembly with the a...
 
 
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