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DNA: Crime Warnings Threaten to Derail Tourism Growth! - Oct 3, 2015 - 4:49:52 PM

Over the past several years, violence has continued to spill over into local communities, claiming the lives of hundreds of young Bahamians. As a citizenry, Bahamians continue to grapple with the daily reports of homicides, armed robberies and any number of other crimes which have grabbed headlines bringing with it unwanted public and international scrutiny. For years, the Bahamas has relied heavily on the influx of visitors from the United States and other parts of the world. Now, the country’s status as a conflict zone threatens to derail years of tourism growth....
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DNA Men’s Alliance offer Relief - Oct 3, 2015 - 5:54:25 AM

It is in times of need and tragedy that we must find humanity. The acceptance that we as a people are civilly and socially responsible to bring comfort, help and hope to those amongst us who find themselves in situations of despair, need and vulnerability is the highest level of humanity we have.

We offer our contribution to the Non-Partisan efforts of NEMA as we all, DNA, FNM and PLPmove forward in fulfilling our mandates to support, grow, and protect all Bahamians and by extension The Bahamas and all those that reside in our national boundaries. In this spirit we reach out to NEMA as they coordinate with their efforts...
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Roberts: The National Review Delusional - Oct 2, 2015 - 1:45:27 PM

If you want to say the Bahamas is in a mess, the clouds were slowly gathering for decades now. Some people are just intellectually dishonestly enough to be very selective in when they say it.

From public commentary, one would gather that the usual suspects just realized this right after 7th May 2012.

Ms Dames is advised that if the PLP government was unaware that The Bahamas faced social challenges, the party would not have proposed National Service as far back as 1987, almost thirty years ago. This very important social policy proposal never saw the light of day, thanks to the FNM and their media friends...
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DNA Statement on Hurricane Preparedness or Lack Thereof - Oct 2, 2015 - 10:52:46 AM

Notwithstanding the Prime Minister’s address to the country on Hurricane Joaquin, the Bahamas still awaits direction from this government as to what to do. The Prime Minister’s press conference said absolutely nothing! And we in the DNA are most disappointed that no directions or guidance have been given for the Bahamas in connection with this now category 4 hurricane. Indeed, recognizing the unique challenges facing an archipelagic nation, governments of such nations should strive to be proactive and efficient in its preparedness for disaster. In doing so, the government ensures that means and measures are in place that would allow it to respond quickly and appropriately to natural and manmade disasters. The PLP government has failed in this regard. We ask the question again to the Prime Minister, what exactly did you say? What directions have been given to the people of the Bahamas in connection with this category 4 hurricane?? For God sake PLP….govern this country!
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Hon. Dion Smith on Nassau Village Initiative to Fight Crime and Poverty - Oct 2, 2015 - 6:13:41 AM

As the Member of Parliament for the Nassau Village constituency, I remain committed to addressing the challenge of crime and poverty in my constituency. That is why in my capacity as the Member of Parliament I am announcing a new initiative to demonstrate we can transform problematic neighborhoods into safe, supportive, productive surroundings for children, youth and families.

Poverty is a concern that can no longer be ignored. Poverty is a cancer that infects every corner of the community. In such neighborhoods, I've realized that treating a few symptoms wasn't sufficient: We have to heal that entire community. It’s time to change the odds for neighborhoods all across the Bahamas...
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DNA: Movement Over Marches! - Oct 2, 2015 - 5:59:39 AM

The Tourism Minister’s call for a crime march is representative of the tired, unimaginative and antiquated approach which this administration has taken in dealing with the criminal element in this country. At a time when our streets have become a war zone and families continue to be ripped apart by violent crime, this Christie led government’s only answer is to MARCH? After promising to have the answers to crime in the run up to the last election the Minister’s solution to the scourge of crime is to MARCH? Bahamians have been MARCHING and PRAYING in Rawson Square for more than twenty years; what we need now more than ever is ACTION. Action, on the part of the legislators who must do more than pay lip service to the idea of eradicating crime...
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FNM: Prime Minister's "Teachable Moment" an Inexcuseable Tough Lesson - Oct 1, 2015 - 10:47:35 PM

Unfortunately, we have again witnessed the incompetence and blatant disregard for the people of the southern and central islands of our country.

The apparent poor management of various agencies to ensure they were properly prepared is unacceptable and can't be brushed off as another "teachable moment" for our nation. A teachable moment for the Prime Minister equals a loss of property and potential life to many residents...
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Bahamas Opposition Leader on Hurricane Joaquin - Oct 1, 2015 - 7:23:31 PM

The Free National Movement and I share deep concern for the welfare of Bahamians adversely affected by Hurricane Joaquin and we are implore the government to ensure that NEMA and all of its agencies and partners are actively involved and proactive in addressing the needs of residents as we go through this difficult period.

My party pledges our unwavering support to the government and non-government efforts to protect life, property and livelihood of residents. We also support future efforts to restore normalcy in the aftermath of this hurricane...

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FNM attracts civic leader, Reuben Rahming - Oct 1, 2015 - 4:43:46 AM

The Free National Movement is pleased to accept the application of Reuben L. Rahming, as a member in good standing.

"Mr. Rahming's contributions to the religious and civic society along with his tenure in hospitality is welcomed and adds to the diversity of our party as we steadily build an even stronger Free National Movement," said FNM Chairman, Michael Pintard...

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This Day in the Bahamian Parliament: 30th September, 2015 - Sep 30, 2015 - 6:01:21 PM

This day in Parliament, Wednesday 30th September 2015

Below is a summary of the proceedings of the Bahamas Parliament, specifically the House agenda item, “statements by Ministers.” This House summary is released for public information and edification.

The Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Hon. Dr. Daniel Johnson welcomed special guests - local primary school students and 400 meter intermediate hurdle national record holder Jeffrey Gibson. He also won the gold medal in the 2015 Pan Am games and a bronze at the 2015 IAAF track and field championships in Beijing, China last month...

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Roberts responds to former MP Philip Galanis - Sep 28, 2015 - 9:45:43 AM

Nassau, Bahamas - The following is a statement by Bradley B. Roberts, National Chairman Progressive Liberal Party:

“PLP promises Pie in the Sky Some PLP MP’s miserable and Lousy” - Philip Galanis

Former MP Philip Galanis has advocated in the Nassau Guardian on Sept 9th that the PLP needs new leadership and went on to back Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis to lead...
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DNA: FNM Operatives spread untruths! - Sep 25, 2015 - 7:28:20 AM

The Democratic National Alliance has noted with interest, public speculation about plans by our organization to join the ranks of the Free National Movement. THESE RUMORS ARE PATENTLY FALSE and represent an attempt by desperate FNM operatives to undermine the DNA. It is obvious that the FNM is unwilling to support the Leadership of Dr. Hubert Minnis; whose performance as head of the party/official opposition has been lackluster, inept and ineffective at best.

The Democratic National Alliance WILL NEVER make any accommodations with a “leader” who is unable to unify his own troops...
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Young architect joins the Free National Movement - Sep 24, 2015 - 9:04:59 PM

The Free National Movement is pleased to accept the application of Mr. Leonard D.Sands as a member in good standing.

Mr. Sands is a Construction Engineer holding an Associate Degree in Architecture from the College of The Bahamas and a Bachelor's Degree in Construction Engineering Technology from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. He presently serves as the Managing Director of Sandbank Construction Company providing construction and management services to the local construction industry. A veteran in the construction industry,Mr.Sands presently serves as Vice President of Public Relations on the board of The Bahamian Contractors Association...

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Pintard: Nottage wants a free pass - Sep 24, 2015 - 11:12:09 AM

Recently, Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage while speaking in the House of Assembly appeared defensive and more than irritated as he spoke about the high levels of crime in the country. He claimed that the PLP government remains committed in the fight against crime in the wake of negative and seemingly unfair criticism. He suggested that the PLP government is never commended when no murders occur in the country. In other words, Dr. Nottage feels as if the PLP government is being thrown under the proverbial bus in the execution of its crime-fighting mandate...
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Pintard: Minnis relishes chance to demonstrate the clear difference in the choice of leadership - Sep 24, 2015 - 10:54:08 AM

The Hon. Dr. Hubert A. Minnis welcomes the opportunity to debate national issues alongside whomever emerges as the leader of the PLP, once elect ion is called. In the event that it is Perry G. Christie. Dr. Minnis relishes chance to demonstrate the clear difference in the choice of leadership.

The years of eloquent pronouncements by Perry G. Christie has not been accompanied by concrete actions that have resulted is transforming Bahamian lives. Christie talks a great deal but delivers very little. He prides himself on the ability to speak extemporaneously however, he does not place the same importance in governing...
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Minnis: Government Lacks Leadership In Healthcare - Sep 23, 2015 - 7:32:41 PM

A published report on September 21, 2015, in one of the dailies headlined “Power Struggle in the PHA” reveals an unfortunate and dictatorial situation where employment practices in the Ministry of Health and Public Hospitals Authority are compromised at best. Sadly, it also confirms a duplicitous modus operandi by Government authorities.

Healthcare is an essential right of all Bahamians in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. As such, the provision of healthcare and decision making responsibility for the execution of healthcare policy is vital to the lives and livelihood of the people we serve. This is of particular and critical importance at present, as the government moves swiftly toward the implementation of a Universal Health Insurance Plan at the beginning of 2016....
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Roberts: FNM record of politicizing crime brazen, ignoble and unmatched - Sep 23, 2015 - 5:52:40 PM

Nassau, Bahamas - The following is a statement by Bradley B. Roberts, National Chairman Progressive Liberal Party:

My understanding of the role of the media is to tell the entire story dispassionately and in context so that an informed public can draw a reasonable conclusion.

The local media continues to struggle with this most fundamental tenet of its profession.

I distinctly remember the FNM campaign leading up to the 1992 general election where Janet Bostwick blamed the level of crime on the Pindling’s...
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Pintard: Prime Minister Christie’s Words And Actions Do Not Line Up Relative to Investments] - Sep 23, 2015 - 3:21:18 PM

Prime Minister Christie continues to talk a good game but fails to put his administration in a position to honour promises he freely makes or support the image he falsely projects. During his address last week to the 2015 Caribbean Investment Summit in London, England, Prime Minister Perry Christie urged foreign investors to seriously consider the Caribbean region as he laid out the verbal ‘red carpet’ for investors boasting, “The climate is indeed ripe for inward investment in the Caribbean.” He asserted that Caribbean countries have spared no effort to allay any fears or concerns of foreign investors relative to investment incentives, political stability, fiscal reforms and the redress of social ills among others. Finally, the Prime Minister contended that all potential Caribbean investors could rest assured and be encouraged that investment in our region would be “ably demonstrated through dialogue and good will.”
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DNA: Silence. Inaction. Reaction! (The City Dump) - Sep 23, 2015 - 3:01:41 PM

After years of waiting, watching, agitating and hoping, communities blanketed by thick black smoke accompanied by the smell of noxious fumes emanating from the New Providence landfill have yet to receive a definitive response from this government regarding its plans to address long standing issues at that site. Instead, this administration has offered only silence and inaction. This government ought to know that the Nassau Dump still burns…EVERY NIGHT and the Bahamian people are suffering!!

For years, the government has continued to ignore local and international research which has proven that the burning of waste at landfills produces air toxins such as carbon monoxide (CO) and oxides of sulfur and nitrogen as well as liberate metals including antimony, arsenic, barium, beryllium, cadmium, chromium, lead, manganese, mercury, phosphorus and titanium. These toxins have been linked to respiratory issues...
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Latrae Rahming: The Nature of Bahamian Politics - Sep 23, 2015 - 10:38:06 AM

Bahamians have a very peculiar liking for Charismatic centric leaders surrounded by this fictional belief that being charismatic equates to good leadership. This is the continued struggle of the black political culture that suggest social and political change is impossible in the absence of charismatic leadership. This is where leaders of liking of Dr. Minnis and the Hon. Brave Davis are profoundly challenged in a political era throughout the Caribbean where charisma is indispensable for keeping the audience engaged.

The reason why a leader can be unbeatable on a political convention floor or entirely is really down to the fact that charismatic leaders influence by charm rather than reason. Leaders capable of charming their followers become addicted to their love and their followers, on the other hand, become addicted to the leader’s charisma and charm. Charisma disguises poor leadership...
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