Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis said that the party is outraged that neither the police nor the government has taken action to shut down web shop gaming.
FNM leader Dr. Hubert Minnis accused Prime Minister Perry Christie of using the country’s financial woes as a “cop out” to explain why the government can not afford to buy back shares in the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC).
With the horrendous performance of the Christie-led PLP Government and the poor performance of the current FNM leaders, there are voices calling out for the return of Hubert Ingraham as Leader of the FNM and as Prime Minister of The Bahamas.
At the start of 2013 and approaching the fortieth anniversary of independence, we are beset by arguably the weakest and most incapable leadership at the helm of the major political parties since 1973.
In a Press Conference held at the FNM Headquarters today, FNM Party Leader, Dr. Hubert A. Minnis stated that the referendum is a “royal mess” and that The Bahamas has once again become “A Nation for sale!”
With all the serious issues facing the nation, the gold rush crew is, instead, hell bent on promulgating the so-called ‘legalization’ of web shops and the possible introduction of a national lottery.
The “Whistleblower” responds to PLP supporter and former leader in the now defunct Abaco Independence Movement (AIM) Errington ‘‘Bumpy’’ Watkins, who critiqued an earlier letter to the editor.
The Tribune’s Paco Nunez reveals that the real lesson of Cargill vs Moss at NIB is precisely the existence of a grey area at the top which facilitates favouritism and corruption, and encourages all manner of overreaching and self importance.
The opposition party also accused the prime minister of trying to “weasel out of the conundrum” by now declaring that the government is having an opinion poll and not a referendum.