Perry Christie warns that crime, poor planning and the politicisation of development agendas threaten the future viability of Caribbean economies.
Today, sadly, many of our young see no reason to celebrate forty years of independence, for they feel more enslaved now than ever in our history.
Voters have become accustomed to a variety of goods and services being provided as part of the election exercise.
It is my hope that in the future, Bahamians will stop being lazy in their democracy, get their minds right and vote according to issues, facts and knowledge.
Who lied to you and told you as Bahamians that we need to sit and wait for a general election to let the government of the day know what we want and what we feel about their governance?
We all have seen that the two main political organizations have become bloated and exhausted patronage parties. New voices need to be given a chance to bring forward new ideas and modes of operation in order to help reinvigorate The Bahamas.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has concluded that there has been clear and material progress in key areas of The Bahamas’ financial sector oversight.
Attorney Carey Leonard stressed that once the WTO is signed there will be quite a number of legislations expected to be passed very quickly to make The Bahamas compliant.
No wonder our leaders have stopped saying they are trying to take us to the First World. It is because their repeated actions betray and expose the lie.