If Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson knows the identity of the person/s who accepted the $300,000+ inducement from French energy company Alstom, why has the bribe-taker/s not been charged?
The Bahamas: Opinions
Recent events have caused me to focus more closely at the given circumstances and I can only conclude that decisions have been taken in the name of “national pride”, but nobody has questioned at what cost.
The plight of the people of Long Island seems to have been lost on the powers that be as this gem in our archipelagic chain continues to languish in the doldrums.
I think Bahamians are about to experience Baha Mar fatigue. I certainly am.
On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I congratulate the people of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas as you celebrate 42 years of independence on July 10.
This year, as we celebrate our country’s 42nd anniversary of Independence, one sees this as an opportunity to renew our national outlook, to begin a transformative period of economic and social development where all Bahamians are intricately involved.
Over the last two weeks, there has been open jockeying for nominations in the Free National Movement, particularly among members of the old guard who have decided to voice their desires to run again in the mainstream press and on social media.
The resignation of Greg Moss from the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) is indicative enough of an urgent need for a change in the direction within the organisation itself and with the governance of this country.
I was totally aghast when I heard on the news last night that the police were hassling the junkanoo groups in the Labour Day parade because they wanted to clear Bay Street in order to grant cruise ship visitors access!