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The price of abuse
Addressing a colloquium on political reform, constitutional change and national development on June 23, 1998, Sir Lynden Pindling suggested the time had come to consider legislation that would hold the minister of finance personally responsible for t...
More bark than bite?
Attorney General Carl Bethel confirmed last night that he intends to examine the facts related to matters highlighted by Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis and Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister in what they view as misuse of public funds. Min...
Short end of the stick
Early last year, we revealed in this space that a company owned partially by former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Minister Darrell Rolle, which received a contract for the female dormitory at the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BA...
The curious case of the ‘fishy’ contract
Was cultural consultant Ian Poitier laughing all the way to the bank? Poitier collected more than $1 million for cultural consultancy over a two-and-a-half-year period, Minister of Tourism Dionisio D’Aguilar revealed in the House of Assembly last ...
Shameless PLP should be seeking forgiveness
As he listened to Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis last night outline alleged abuses of public money on the part of the Christie administration, former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Raynard Rigby remarked in a Facebook post: “I am sick...
Name & shame
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis has sent a message that he is serious about exposing those parliamentarians — former and current — who failed to file their financial disclosures during the last term, as required by law. Minnis has given them th...
AG: Justice Charles was right in STB matter
While former Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson concluded that Supreme Court Justice Indra Charles erred when she found that former Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald’s tabling of the emails of Save The Bays (STB) members was not protected...
The expectations game
As it continues to settle into office, the Minnis administration is no doubt grasping that the realities of governance often mean that meeting the expectations of the electorate is a complex undertaking that will take more time than many anxious Baha...
No access yet to public info under new law
While certain provisions of the Freedom of Information Act came into force shortly before the general election, the substantial part of the act dealing with access to information is not yet enacted. According to information provided by Attorney Gene...
Smith: Time long passed to unseal deal
Amid ongoing concerns over the secrecy surrounding an agreement the Christie administration entered into with the Chinese last summer to complete work on the Baha Mar resort, Fred Smith, QC, is urging the Minnis administration and former Baha Mar dev...
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