Mitchell’s poorly thought out attempt to score political points at the expense of Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis backfired – now he says that all he was doing was “backing up” his leader’s opinion.
The fear of crime in New Providence is seemingly deepening as a result of the recent carnage recorded over the past few weeks.
Despite a mandatory 4-year jail sentence for possession of drugs, a Bahamian judge gave a conditional discharge to a woman who was in possession of marijuana and cocaine – because she had personal problems and was “going through some things”.
Virtually every campaign promise Mr Christie made has been broken and every initiative the PLP has launched has failed.
If police admitted that the seven unclassified deaths were indeed murders, the crime statistics would jump from 39 deaths for the year to 46, setting the pace for a new murder record for 2014.
Three people were murdered in the space of 48 hours last week. Where is the help and hope that was promised to the people by this PLP government?
“The governments receiving these notes will likely find them improper and question why they were sent, embarrassing The Bahamas, the government and especially the foreign minister.
For my part, I believe the PLP exhibited an extreme lack of vision, as do most politicians who, IMHO, can see no further than their next re-election.
After a resounding ‘No’ vote in the referendum, Prime Minister Christie declared that offending webshop owners and their gaming operations, including all online gaming and the numbers games, must cease with immediate effect.