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Who will run to be PLP leader?
Perry Christie served as Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) leader for 20 years. Before him Lynden Pindling led the organization for four decades. Leadership changes don’t happen that often in the oldest party in the country. The upcoming race in lat...
 
 
Signs of change at BPL
The board of Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) fired the company’s CEO, Pamela Hill, yesterday. Hill was hired as CEO in May 2016 shortly after the Christie administration signed a deal with PowerSecure to manage BPL. In an interview with The Nassau G...
 
 
An important anniversary for our democracy
On August 19, 1992, the Free National Movement (FNM) defeated the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) for the first time. The FNM had been in opposition for 20 years. The PLP had been in power for 25 years. Sir Lynden Pindling styled himself the Moses o...
 
 
Growth is the way out
The two main political parties last month played the blame game for past, and possible future, downgrades from ratings agencies. The exchange between the Free National Movement (FNM) and the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) came after Moody’s placed...
 
 
Be wary of information in the social media age
For journalists rarely does a day go by without someone asking, “Is that true?” They refer to information forwarded to them on their smartphones. It is usually striking, sensational, extraordinary: “Ten people shot dead downtown”; “Former ...
 
 
Verification exercise could be telling
The government has mandated that all of its employees take part in an employee verification process by August 31 or face an interruption in their salaries. The exercise began last week. According to a notice from the Public Treasury Department, empl...
 
 
PLP chasing a lost cause
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) seems unwilling to take the free advice given by so many: Stop. Take a moment. Reassess. Reform. Every week there is a statement by the party no one wants to hear. The latest is on unemployment. PLP Chairman Brad...
 
 
More data would be better
On Friday the Department of Statistics released the latest unemployment report. The unemployment rate fell from 11.6 percent to 9.9 percent. The reference period of the study was April 24-30. The last report was from November 2016. The total labor f...
 
 
The moral voice of unity
The people who marched in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday are part of an ugly history in America. White supremacist groups such as the Klu Klux Klan murdered thousands of people in that country over the years in advancement of a hateful agenda....
 
 
The importance of continued partnership with China
The government and Chinese embassy are hosting a reception today to commemorate 20 years of relations between our two countries. The Bahamas and China established diplomatic relations on May 23, 1997. Hubert Ingraham and his government made the deci...
 
 
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