The Parliamentary Commissioner wishes to remind the general public that Voter Registration continues on a daily basis in New Providence and in the Family Islands. Persons applying for registration must be BAHAMIAN CITIZENS, 18 years and older and must have resided in a particular constituency for three months or more.
The Bahamas: Politics
Top level PLPs are concerned that Perry Christie’s weak leadership style may cause them to lose the 2012 general election.
The Parliamentary Registration Department is reporting a very slow voter registration process, with just over 10,000 persons completing the exercise since the drive began back on October 4, 2010.
The Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA) is pushing for editorial independence at ZNS, stating that laws to be enacted preventing political interference.
Ambassador of Switzerland paid a courtesy call to the Bahamas’ Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration – discussions focused on recent achievements between both governments on a number of multilateral issues.
It has been brought to the attention of the Embassy of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas that one Nelson Lewis is representing himself as a diplomat from the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.
Justice Abdulai Osman Conteh, a native of Pepel, Sierra, Leone was sworn in as a Justice of the Court of Appeal by Governor-General Sir Arthur Foulkes.
Examples abound of government-supported homophobia in the Caribbean.
Attorney General John Delaney has announced the launch of the official website of the Office of the Attorney General and Ministry of Legal Affairs.