An unruly mob stormed Bay Street, protesting the sale of BTC to Cable & Wireless, forcefully removing barricades the police had set up to block the crowd from entering Parliament Square.
Public support is quickly waning for the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) and its stance over the proposed sale of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC).
For over two weeks now since Mr McCartney made the remark that Mr Ingraham shows no compassion, a number of persons have been writing to the press condemning and taking him to task for his remarks.
After bashing the major political parties for the past several years, National Development Party leader Dr Andre Rollins has pulled a Bernard Nottage, who also abandoned the party he started, and joined the PLP
Speaking for the PLP, MP for Elizabeth Ryan Pinder, says the Memorandum of Understanding for the Arawak Cay Port contains a number of “unconscionable provisions.”
PLP leader Perry Christie says that if the PLP win the next general election, his party will reneg on the sale of BTC to Cable & Wireless.
The Bahamas Bar Association, looked upon by many Bahamians as little more than a criminal organisation, is thwarting attempts to allow a newly appointed, foreign-born Attorney General to clean up the legal system.
Mr Ingraham and Zhivargo Laing are either ignorant of corporate structure, or are trying to pull a ‘fast one’ on the Bahamian public.
When Parliament meets today, for the first time since the Christmas break, the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the government and Cable & Wireless over the sale of BTC will not be tabled as had originally been planned.