At least eight government ministers have not filed their public disclosures for this year, according to their own admissions. This means they have violated the law and should be arrested.
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said Members of Parliament who have failed to comply with the law and make their financial disclosures should be arrested.
Today, is my first column back after a brief sabbatical and one notes that so much has transpired over that…
Dissention within the FNM ranks, despite their denials to the contrary, together with the DNA party’s new kid on the block aspirations, do not bode well for either party as a three party race benefits neither of them.
We must now stop the recycling process of old political rejects and look to our youngsters of the 21st century to get us out of this financial quagmire that was created by arrogant and inept leaders of the ‘all for me baby’ crowd.
FNM Chairman Darron Cash has filed a report against the government with Amnesty International over alleged human rights abuses in the aftermath of a search at his home and seizure of personal items.
I have noticed a slant in Candia Dames’ reporting and opinion pieces over the past year that all seem meant to provoke some commentary by the former prime minister, drawing him back into national discourse.
We should not determine our leaders because they manage to maintain the patina of what our hypocritical society says is acceptable. It is my opinion that hypocrisy is the root cause of all of the problems that we face in this country
Mr Christie voted in favour of the 2002 referendum, then went outside of the House of Assembly and took a different position. Some Bahamians and FNMs in particular have not forgotten this “duplicity”.