A group of immature MP’s calling each other names stopped Parliament from conducting the People’s business Wednesday.
The Bahamas: Politics
No decision has been made yet on whether the opposition Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) will hold a national convention this…
Editorial in The Nassau Guardian says, “At the outset, it should be pointed out that McCartney may have a long way to go before he finds himself ready for the position of Prime Minister of the country.”
Early registration for the next Parliamentary (General) Elections got off on schedule in New Providence Monday morning as candidates for registration filed in and out of Voter Registration Centres despite the inclement weather.
Minister of State for Lands and Local Government Byran Woodside is holding consultations with the Bahamian public throughout the country on the Land Adjudication Bill 2010.
Bamboo Town MP Branville McCartney is chomping at the bit for Prime Minister Hubert lngraham to step aside and “pass the baton” to a new generation of politicians.
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham said that he intends to make whatever decision is best for the country and that he and his party will accept the political consequences of that decision.
Bahamas labour and maritime officials attended a meeting of the International Labour Organization, held in Geneva, Switzerland.
Registration Centres will be opened at convenient locations throughout the Bahamas beginning October 4, 2010 in preparation for the Early National Voter Registration Drive.