The discovery of a dead man wearing an ankle bracelet has renewed the government’s concerns about the flawed electronic monitoring program, and has officials searching for answers, as there are over 400 people on the system.
All Bahamians who love democracy should be gravely concerned about Moncur’s troubling claims. We cannot sit idly by and allow our peaceful country to degenerate into a republic of fear because of a few thugs who hate true democracy.
Private sector is pushing for government to create a land registration system and enable Bahamians to borrow in foreign currency as key upgrades to the business environment.
Two leading attorneys and a fast-growing environmental movement strengthened their call for legislation that would end closed door deal-making between governments and private developers.
Viktor Kozeny is one of a growing cohort of allegedly corrupt fugitives from US justice – wealthy executives and others accused of paying bribes outside the United States, who consequently remain outside of its jurisdiction.
“Serious concerns” have been raised over the increased Customs fees/taxes levied on the aviation industry and government has been called on to “urgently” revisit its policy.
Citizens For Justice is demanding answers concerning the blatant rejection of the will of the Bahamian people and failure by the government of the Bahamas and the police to enforce the gambling laws of the Bahamas.
More than five months after a gambling referendum failed, the substantive case on the matter is still waiting to be heard in the Supreme Court.
Government is being asked to strengthen enforcement of existing laws to stop “unscrupulous dealers who look the other way when gold jewelry or scrap metal is brought in and exchanged for cash.”