The Governments of The Bahamas and of Japan presented their compliments referring to the Agreement for the Exchange of Information for the Purpose of the Prevention of Fiscal Evasion and the Allocation of Rights of Taxation.
Branville McCartney is “pandering” to xenophobic fears over illegal immigration in an effort to gain the support of the country’s voter base, said former Cabinet Minister George Smith.
Unable to continue his carnival-like grand-standing, Bran McCartney left Immigration to start his own circus.
PLPs and government goofballs across the Islands were terrified to hear of the return of John Marquis, arguably the best journalist to write for any Bahamian paper since the retirement of his mentor Etiene Dupuch.
The Bahamas suffered catastrophic decline as a result of the global economic crisis, but there are signs of slow recovery and the government is urged take steps to secure the country’s future economic development.
The old election register has closed but that has no bearing on voter registration. Voters are registering on the new roster and can continue to register until the House of Assembly is dissolved and the Writ of Election is issued.
A former pageant-winning drag queen, is one of the newest members to hook up with the newly formed DNA party.
Bran McCartney, who has publicly stated that, if elected, he will introduce gambling in the Bahamas, has now said that God is guiding the DNA.
Marco City MP, Zhivargo Laing lambasted fellow politicians in the House of Assembly for lackadaisical attitudes towards their responsibilities as elected officials.