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Conditions ideal for a long FNM run
The margin of victory for the Free National Movement (FNM) on May 10 was an indicator that the party’s win was a change moment for the country. The FNM won 35 seats; the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) four. The FNM beat the PLP by 20 percentage p...
 
 
Campaign finance laws can no longer be ignored
When it was revealed in the newspapers that then Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald solicited Sarkis Izmirlian for contracts for a family firm, the country was shocked. When it was revealed days later that former Labour Minister Shane Gibson receiv...
 
 
Let’s start with civil unions
We are a deeply homophobic people. We think homosexuality is one of the great evils of the human condition. It offends our macho culture. It offends our narrow, provincial interpretation of Christianity. The idea that gays are an evil threat is misg...
 
 
The rubber and the road
Unparalleled boldness and shamelessness dipped in rank amnesia clearly prompted opposition leader Philip Brave Davis to lay the new downgrade threat from international credit ratings agency Moody’s fully at the feet of the Minnis administration, bu...
 
 
Doing more harm to tattered PLP brand
As we get deeper into this term and the role of the official opposition becomes even more crucial in providing necessary checks on the government, it will, for sure, be most interesting to see how the post-Christie Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) man...
 
 
Triggering a downgrade
Former Finance Minister Sir William Allen believes both the former administration and the current one are to blame for the Moody’s downgrade threat. “For both sides, there is some blame to go around,” Sir William told National Review. “I th...
 
 
Wake-up call
After Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis took a wimpish approach to the matter involving Sarkis Izmirlian’s call for a moratorium on the sale of the Baha Mar project at Cable Beach, former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham’s voice towered on the natio...
 
 
Anatomy of the vote
Newly-released numbers from the market research firm Public Domain show that more than half of the people surveyed who voted for the Free National Movement (FNM) did so not because they were in love with or inspired by Dr. Hubert Minnis and his messa...
 
 
A crisis under our noses
On Monday morning, with the sea calm and a light breeze making the merciless July sun more bearable, a group of tourists set off to take in the undersea life around southwest New Providence. The tour was organized by Clifton Heritage National Park. ...
 
 
PM pussyfoots on Baha Mar
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis, who came to office with a commitment to transparency, has been playing a cat and mouse game with the media, and by extension the Bahamian people, on the Baha Mar matter, and has fed a high degree of uncertainty over ...
 
 
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