The Bahamas government continues to work with Communist Cuba to stall the trial of the abusive guards who beat and tortured Cuban refugees at the Detention Centre.
A Cuban fishing vessel was apprehended by Bahamian authorities for illegal foreign fishing, possession of sharks and long line fishing apparatus in Bahamian waters.
Wednesday evening marked the inaugural Western Air flight from the Bahamas to Cuba, building what officials hope will be a “bridge” between the two countries to better facilitate trade and commerce.
Opposition Leader Hubert Minnis has joined the chorus of voices calling for the termination of Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell from the Cabinet.
Republican Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, accused Bahamian officials of conduct ‘not conducive to a free society’ as Fred Mitchell pulled a ‘fast one’ in repatriating the Cubans.
In typical fashion, the Bahamas government lied and failed to live up to promises made to Cuban-Americans by repatriating 24 Cubans to Havana, including eight offered asylum in Panama after accusing a guard of beating them at a Nassau detention center.
Democracy Movement activists said they suspected that the attempted repatriation to Cuba was “an action deceitful and intended to hide the torture of human beings.”
Cuban activist Ramon Sanchez said protests against The Bahamas will resume in Miami, Florida.
On May 22nd, a Bahamian delegation headed by Antonius Roberts will head to Camaguey Cuba, for a ceremony making official the donation of his works to the Oncological Hospital and the Pediatric Hospital of the City of Camaguey.