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Mortimer eyes DNA leadership
Almost two months after the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) had a dismal showing at the polls, DNA Deputy Leader Christopher Mortimer confirmed to National Review last night that he expects to soon become leader of the party. “I can confirm tha...
Feeble defense
Nearly two months after he suffered a miserable defeat, former Prime Minister Perry Christie emerged last week to pay tribute to the late Dr. Bernard Nottage — explaining that he did not realize Nottage was so sick when he ran in the election — a...
The debacle that is Baha Mar has been a long and painful experience for the Bahamian people. Loose talk by the Free National Movement (FNM) on the campaign trail has given way to certain realities. Former Baha Mar developer Sarkis Izmirlian, whose ...
Embracing truth
Like an Olympic gold medal win, the ‘get rid of Christie’ mantra united Bahamians in unprecedented fashion. It culminated in a spectacular defeat of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) at the polls seven weeks ago today. Despite this crushing l...
Who’s going to jail? Probably no one
The budget debate we have just witnessed as a country was both revealing and painful. Bahamians received example after example of how the Christie administration abused power and wasted public money. The perception had already set in among many vot...
Hogs at the trough
In a shameless bid to defend his egregious and hoggish actions, then Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald on April 20 sought to appeal to the emotions of the Bahamian people when he explained that he solicited contracts from then Baha Mar develope...
A picture of waste
While contributing to debate on the 2015/2016 budget in the House of Assembly in June 2015, then Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald said the government had allocated $2.3 million for STAR Academy, a facility for at-risk youth. Two years later, ...
The price of abuse
Addressing a colloquium on political reform, constitutional change and national development on June 23, 1998, Sir Lynden Pindling suggested the time had come to consider legislation that would hold the minister of finance personally responsible for t...
More bark than bite?
Attorney General Carl Bethel confirmed last night that he intends to examine the facts related to matters highlighted by Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis and Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister in what they view as misuse of public funds. Min...
Short end of the stick
Early last year, we revealed in this space that a company owned partially by former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Minister Darrell Rolle, which received a contract for the female dormitory at the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BA...
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