Prime Minister Christie recently expressed concerns about the damage an unregulated sector could do to the country’s reputation as a financial services jurisdiction, yet comments he made prior to the referendum remind us that he had always been cognizant of those concerns.
Topic: Perry Christie
Prime Minister Perry Christie has thus far failed to show strong leadership and no amount of skirting around the core issues at hand will change that fact, according to former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Minister A. Loftus Roker.
Former PLP minister A. Loftus Roker says that the current group of PLP politicians is an indisciplined and disorganized bunch, and Perry Christie should resign for his million-dollar mistake in bringing the January 2013 gambling referendum to the public.
Christie’s full-blown egomania has resulted in all manner of grandiosity and pomposity. He continues to speak in the most overwrought manner, typically with little of substance, yet laced with anecdotes of his self-importance.
Virtually every campaign promise Mr Christie made has been broken and every initiative the PLP has launched has failed.
Isn’t that like saying that the general election was non-binding? That the wishes of the people do not matter, because they are going to do what they want, despite what the electorate has to say.
Opposition Leader Dr Hubert Minnis said yesterday Prime Minister Perry Christie “embarrassed” himself and the nation when he said Bahamians should “line up and come to him for advice”.
Bahamas Press reports that locksmiths representing First Caribbean Bank International showed up the other day at Lightbourne’s palatial beachfront home out west to change the locks on his property.
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Darron Cash said yesterday that Prime Minister Perry Christie should be held responsible for the Bank of The Bahamas’ (BOB) financial loss in 2013.