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Editorial

 
Culture change needed when it comes to corruption
If there is to be more honesty in the operation of our state agencies, Bahamians have to support the cultural shift the new prime minister, Dr. Hubert Minnis, is leading. Most of the day-to-day corruption that takes place does not happen at the exec...
 
 
Something to be judged on five years from now
The new national security minister is smart. When he was a police officer he was looked upon from his joining the force as a potential leader of it in the future. He did not disappoint. Marvin Dames rose to be deputy commissioner. He was in the runni...
 
 
Hyperbole from a former MP
Police said they were investigating a report of theft of electronic items on the night of the May 10 general election at the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC). The corporation’s then chairman, Dion Smith, the former Nassau Vill...
 
 
Progress out west
The prime minister toured Baha Mar yesterday. The billion-dollar resort at Cable Beach is slowly growing to be what the country needs it to be. Nearly two months after opening its first phase, Baha Mar President Graeme Davis said the resort has empl...
 
 
End of the road for the third party
The Democratic National Alliance (DNA), which was formed in 2011, has now run in two elections. In May 2012 it won 8.5 percent of the vote and no seats. The party kept together and tried again. In May 2017 it won 4.7 percent of the vote and no seats....
 
 
Love affair will end without economic growth
Bahamians are pleased that they removed the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) and its former Leader, Perry Christie, from office. There was a genuine fear that the party would ruin The Bahamas. From Abaco in the north to the MICAL constituency in the ...
 
 
Allow the judicial system to decide
Former Environment Minister Kenred Dorsett was yesterday remanded to prison after being charged with bribery, extortion and misconduct in public office. Dorsett was a minister and the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MP for Southern Shores from 2012 t...
 
 
A new Parliament should replace the post office
Earlier this month, while speaking at the monthly Bahamian Contractors’ Association (BCA) luncheon, Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister said the Clarence A. Bain building (which formerly housed the Road Traffic Department) and the General Po...
 
 
Growth is the way out
The two main political parties are playing 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 The B...
 
 
Sound advice from the former prime minister
It is important for the Free National Movement (FNM) to stay focused on moving forward. The government of The Bahamas is in a precarious financial position. Debt levels have risen sharply. The economy is not growing. Unemployment is high. Grand Baham...
 
 
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