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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 ...
Young MP should be patient
Members of Parliament are scheduled to be sworn in on Wednesday when Parliament opens. The Free National Movement (FNM) won 35 seats. The PLP only captured four. The new prime minister, Dr. Hubert Minnis, has named his Cabinet. It’s big. There are...
Police investigation should take its course
We should not get excited just because the Royal Bahamas Police Force has taken a former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) member of Parliament into custody. Our force is independent and has the authority to pursue any matter, regardless of who might b...
PM should not forget women with Senate picks
The new Cabinet of Dr. Hubert Minnis is comprised of 19 people. Only one is a woman, Lanisha Rolle. She is the minister of social services and urban development and member of Parliament for Seabreeze. This is a step back for The Bahamas. The Free Na...
Cleaning up government
On swearing in his new Cabinet on Monday, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis told his ministers that if they are involved in inappropriate dealings they will be fired. Minnis also said on the campaign trail that once elected he would seek to find out h...
The new Cabinet
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis announced the remainder of his Cabinet yesterday. There are three constitutional ministers — the prime minister, the minister of finance and the attorney general. They (Minnis, Peter Turnquest and Carl Bethel, respe...
Reform and the PLP
No sitting government of The Bahamas has ever been thrown out of office by the people in a manner as took place on May 10. The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) barely won four seats, as compared to the 35 seats taken by the now ruling Free National Mo...
New prime minister takes office
Dr. Hubert Minnis was yesterday sworn in as prime minister of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas. It was an historic evening at Government House. Minnis is the first prime minister of The Bahamas who was not in a Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Cabinet...
Christie now has a legacy
We wrote in this space that this election was a referendum on Perry Gladstone Christie. The Bahamian people yesterday used the Free National Movement (FNM) as a vehicle to send him home once and for all. Our economy has not grown in four years; Chri...
The peaceful struggle for power
Today is voting day across the country. Bahamians will decide if they want to stay with the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) under Perry Christie, or go with the Free National Movement (FNM) under Dr. Hubert Minnis. Each side has put its case to the ...
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