Former Prime Minister Perry Christie was blasted in the House of Assembly for giving away 265 acres of the peoples’ prime land to Baha Mar in a bid to outshine FNM PM Hubert Ingraham.
If we are to survive as a nation, the Public Service will be downsized, there will be more privatization and we will learn to do things more efficiently.
The Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) National General Council has voted not to have a national convention this year.
The Boundaries Commission is contemplating the introduction of a 42nd constituency and is proposing changes to others prior to the 2012 election.
Simon, a columnist from the Nassau Guardian, offers some compelling reasons why Bahamians are relieved that Mr Ingraham in is China and not Perry Christie.
After much dithering and flip-flopping, Perry Christie and the PLP have decided they are in support of the Baha Mar project.
The government of The Bahamas was blasted in Parliament for its inability to provide safe transportation, consistent and clean water and consistent electricity.”
A case involving two fueding Israeli brothers, that highlights the extensive corruption in the Bahamas judicial system, has started in the Court of Appeals.
Could the PLP be correct in saying that the Bahamas government is complicit in the trafficking of counterfeit goods?