Some BTC union members feel like pawns after suspecting that the union president may be taking instructions from a politician – one who is familiar with the BCPOU and who still has tremendous influence.
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How is it that the unions, in particular the BCPOU, feel that it is their right to make themselves the voices of the Bahamian consumers in regard to the sale of BTC to Cable and Wireless?
Based on all that has been said and in print on this issue, I am left to conclude that the BTC unions and the ones that support them are only interested in themselves and their members, but not our nation and Bahamians.
It is Mr. Evans and his union that is acting in an undemocratic manner, threatening to shut down the country because they can’t get their own way.
Why is it considered clever to undercut a Bahamian product? Bahamian jobs, skilled work learned over decades. For a few dollars!
I believe that the police are doing an incredible job and they surely must feel a great deal of frustration when they arrest the criminals, take them to court and they are released on bail or even worse, the case is postponed again and again.
Reader says the reason why the Government cannot sell Batelco’s assets is that neither “The Government” nor BTC has title to them.
In 2010 there were 11,205 crimes reported throughout the Bahamas. Only 1,152 of these cases have been closed by the police, reflecting a dismal 10 per cent crime detection rate.
A case of extreme animal abuse is under investigation in Freeport. Humane Society of Grand Bahama is offering a reward for information.