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Eyeing the case before the Caribbean Court of Justice
The judgment in a case now proceeding through the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) could prove to be a landmark in the movement of West Indians through each other’s countries. Shanique Myrie, a Jamaican, alleges that on March 14, 2011, (then 22 ye...
Crime and violence: Caribbean economies feel the pain
Recent statements attributed to Jamaican Minister for National Security Peter Bunting will hopefully help reverse a long held and misguided belief by many that crime and violence in the Caribbean have little impact on the region’s economic growth. ...
For the love of country
On the 40th anniversary of our country’s independence, we the people of The Bahamas have a lot to be grateful for and our thanks to God should have no bounds. Whereas our commitment to our beloved country should always be evident, Independenc...
The Haiti International Jazz Festival
The Haiti International Jazz Festival is in its seventh edition, yet it is my first encounter with the festival. The Haitian tourism calendar is fortunate to have such a prestigious event as the coup d’envoie to its yearlong cultural activiti...
The Christie referendum disaster: A failed prime minister?
The good Lord works in mysterious ways, his riddles to behold. Less than a year after serving as Perry Christie’s campaign manager, the Almighty seems to have had a change of heart with the referendum vote. Lest we forget, speaking at a Nort...
The horses of hypocrisy
“Hypocrisy can afford to be magnificent in its promises, for never intending to go beyond promises, it costs nothing.” – Edmund Burke The gaming referendum that was held on Monday past is over and the supporters of Vote No have won for which...
The people of Fiji matter: Who is standing up for them?
By any objective measure of the Commonwealth’s own criteria, Fiji should by now be expelled from the Commonwealth of Nations. Since September 1, 2009, Fiji has been suspended from the Commonwealth, which means that it cannot participate in any int...
A look at an historical referendum
The results of the first ever non-constitutional referendum in The Bahamas are in. On the first question posed to the electorate, the Yes Vote campaign carried a total of 30,767 votes while the No Vote campaign carried a total of 48,012 votes.&...
The case for a new parliamentary complex
On October 5, 2012, The Nassau Guardian published as an Op-Ed piece on my initial comments on the need for a new parliamentary complex. Those views encapsulated my long-held view that The Bahamas needed a new parliamentary complex as the curren...
The need for a national energy policy, part 1
Over the past week, The Bahamas played host to the 13th Annual PLATTS Caribbean Energy Conference where the topic focus was “Economic & Regulatory Environment for Power Development; Project Funding; and LNG/Thermal & Renewable Options”.&n...
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