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This Day in Bahamian Parliament: Wednesday, 2nd September 2015 - Sep 2, 2015 - 8:08:03 PM

The Bahamas Parliament met on Wednesday, the 2nd September 2015 at 10am and a summary of the communications delivered by government ministers during the segment “statement by ministers” on the House agenda are highlighted below for public information and edification.

Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Perry G. Christie delivered a communication on the ratings analyses by both Standard and Poor’s and Moody’s on the economy and economic outlook for The Bahamas.
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Pintard: Government Ministers Break Rank and Echo FNMs Position and Advice - Sep 1, 2015 - 7:06:18 PM

The Free National Movement is somewhat encouraged that a growing number of PLP Cabinet Ministers are publicly echoing the advice and hopes of the FNM leadership that all those involved in the conflict at Baha Mar would cease the public arguments and sit and work out a plan of action that would result in the resolution of the dispute plaguing the development at this time.

The Free National Movement’s singular focus has been to contribute to the ongoing dialog about the Baha Mar development in a way that would assist with the opening of the Resort. Tremendous efforts were made by the Party’s...
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Frank Watson: "FNM is the best Party to govern" - Sep 1, 2015 - 6:01:24 PM

I have served in Parliament for over 20 years with the Free National Movement (FNM). My last post was Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of National Security. One of my most enduring, treasured and fundamental beliefs is freedom of speech, followed by freedom from victimization.

These beliefs were drilled into me during the darkest days when the PLP was at the Zenith of its political strength and the FNM was struggling for political victory and relevance as we fought to deliver transparency, accountability, integrity and stewardship in public service...

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Roberts, "PLP still the only party with a plan to tackle crime" - Sep 1, 2015 - 4:46:02 PM

The comprehensive, frank and sobering national address delivered by the National Security Minister last Thursday proved once again that the Progressive Liberal Party is still the only party with a plan to tackle crime.

We offer our unreserved support for the government’s anti-crime policies and initiatives that are designed to address this social menace with a multi-tiered approach from prevention to rehabilitation. We thank Minister Nottage for his vision, leadership, hard work and tenacity...
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Pintard: The PLP Has Many Questions to Answer - Aug 31, 2015 - 5:57:16 PM

The PLP hopes to distract the public from the litany of errors they made in handling the Baha Mar meltdown and their failure to deliver on their many promises outlined in their Charter For Governance. Their latest strategy is to focus on the leader of the opposition and the MP for Long Island The Hon. Loretta Butler-Turner by threatening to take legal action to have their seats vacated due to supposed “conflict of Interest.”

Recently the Junior Minister in the Ministry with responsibility for Legal Affairs, the Hon. Damian Gomez contended that successive governments in the Bahamas have been unwilling to tackle the systemic corruption that exist in our government. Many members of the public were encouraged that a sitting...
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Bradley Roberts: Dr. Minnis is no leader - Aug 31, 2015 - 10:09:22 AM

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

Dr. Minnis was again in the media recently talking about leadership; who is strong and who is weak in leading his organization. He also indicated that he would introduce anti-corruption legislation should he become Prime Minister. I offer some unsolicited advice to Dr. Minnis on this question of leadership, a subject he seems so fascinated with, but consistently demonstrates such little understanding of...
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Vice Chairman of Progressive Liberal Party Candidacy announcement by Latrae Rahming - Aug 30, 2015 - 8:13:15 PM

It is my hope that my candidacy  reaffirms a creed inscribed in the hearts of every supporter of this great party.It is the  written doctrine that places an inherited responsibility on the shoulders of the new generation of leaders.It is a promise spoken through the vision of our founders that articulates a party that is dedicated to providing a ladder of economic and social hope to all Bahamians and not to a privileged few.
The architects and engineers of the words of profound promises that shape the destiny of the Bahama...
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DNA: PLP crime strategy = Much of the same - Aug 30, 2015 - 4:08:59 PM

After months of escalating gang violence, near double digit homicides, multiple international travel warnings by the US, UK and Canada – the most recent of which was issued just last week – as well as a recent spate of police involved shootings, National Security Minister Dr. Bernard Nottage has finally broken his silence on the terror which has gripped our communities.  After months of waiting for this Christie led administration to outline its plan of action in dealing with the scourge of crime, Bahamian families who have been impacted by the criminality facing our country and those who live in fear of being next on the list of the criminal element were deeply disappointed by the Minister’s hollow promises and political rhetoric.

The Minister began his address by citing the importance of valuing the Rule of Law. Ironically enough however, this administration, like the ones before it, has failed at every turn to do just that. In fact, I dare say that the complete lack...
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FNM: Minister of National Security’s Crime Address eons too late and insensitive - Aug 28, 2015 - 5:31:13 PM

I echo and join in the sentiments of the nation that the national address by the Minister of National Security was inconsiderate, lacked depth and eons too late.

The Minister of National Security in a surprising turn of events finally found his voice and addressed the nation in a "snap address" in the midst of the entire country preparing for a forecasted direct hit by Tropical Storm Erika. How untimely! How insensitive! How late! The Minister has once again insulted the Bahamian people.  He has not given the vexing and heart wrenching crime problem the priority it needs, especially since the last time we heard from him was in early July, and even then it was another announcement...
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FNM: The PLP has Surrendered to the Criminal Elements “Out of Ideas and Out of Time” - Aug 28, 2015 - 2:02:26 PM

Last night the Minister with responsibility for National Security broke his long silence on the PLP government’s plan to tackle the escalating crimes, especially violent crimes throughout The Bahamas.  His statements confirmed the views of thousands of Bahamians and the FNM- that the Minister is ill suited for this job at this critical juncture and that the Christie led administration lack concrete plans that will impact crime reduction in the short to medium term.

Dr. Nottage and Prime Minister Christie failed to deliver the government’s account of its stewardship of National Security matters including crime management during the recent budget debate.  Given the high level of anxiety and fear among Bahamians and the frequent Crime Advisories issued by other countries whose citizens visit the Bahamas, the nation ...

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Minnis: Christie’s Weak Leadership Continues To Spell Disaster for The Bahamas - Aug 26, 2015 - 5:37:45 PM

In a move that has become all too familiar to the Bahamian public, tourism Minister Obie Wilchcombe, in criticizing his government colleagues for fighting the Bahamar battle in court, continues to demonstrate that Prime Minister Perry Christie has absolutely no control of his cabinet. It seems that PLP Ministers think that they can just pop up and say anything, even when it conflicts with the announced policy of the government. 

The tourism Minister’s utterance is but the latest in a litany of rogue statements and positions made or taken by members of the Christie cabinet  that appears to be at odds with the position of the government in which they are members, to wit: the National Security Minister addressing the nation without the knowledge of the Prime Minister; Minister Wilchcombe advancing a position on the gaming laws in a surprise announcement in the House; Minister Mitchell advancing a “personal position” in Trinidad on the LGBT...
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FNMs Celebrates 23rd Anniversary of Election 92 Win - Aug 26, 2015 - 4:38:14 PM

Grand Bahama was 'on fire' this past weekend as the Free National Movement continued its "Join The Movement" Campaign" with an array of events over this past weekend.

The Grand Bahama Council and members of parliament on the island of Grand Bahama welcomed other senior party officials from Nassau include party leader Dr. Hubert Minnis, his wife, party deputy leader Peter Turnquest and party chairman - Michael Pintard...
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DNA: The PLP Government a Threat to a Sustainable Economy - Aug 26, 2015 - 4:20:40 PM

Since coming to office in 2012 the PLP’s trend of reckless spending, over taxation and its dependence on anchor projects to stir economic activity has jeopardized the country’s fiscal position in both the long and short term. The recent downgrade of the country’s credit rating by Standard and Poor’s is further proof of this Christie administration’s mismanagement of the country’s finances and is cause for grave concern.

On Tuesday, the Wall Street Ratings agency downgraded The Bahamas’ credit rating to BBB/A-3, just one tier away from legitimate junk bond status...
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Turnquest: FNM is disappointed at further downgrade by Standard & Poor’s (S&P)‏ - Aug 26, 2015 - 10:43:01 AM

Following the PLP Government recent claim to have reduced the country’s debt and restored the Country to a period of economic growth, The Free National Movement is disappointed to learn of the further downgrade by Standard & Poor’s (S&P) of the country’s credit risk rating from BBB/A-2 to BBB-/A-3 and its Credit Watch/Outlook from “Watch Negative” to “Negative”, indicating that a further downgrade within the next 6 to 12 months is possible unless the current trends and circumstances affecting the economy are arrested and turned around...
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Pintard: Minister Wilchombe Wisely Echoes the Advice of The Opposition - Aug 25, 2015 - 9:33:58 PM

The Free National Movement is pleased that the Minister of Tourism, the Honorable Obie Wilchombe is now echoing the Opposition’s call for further discussions, mediation and an out of court settlement to the Baha Mar dispute that continues to worsen with every additional court action or war of words between the Government, China Construction Company and the Developer.
On more than one occasion we have advised and encouraged the Government, the Developer, China Construction Company and the Lender to vigorously and relentlessly engage in negotiations to resolve the existing impasse in order to protect their respective investments and to protect their and the jurisdiction’s reputation.  Our advice was not heeded...
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Roberts questions Dr. Minnis on Stat Care Building and conflict of interest - Aug 24, 2015 - 8:58:04 AM

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

Senator Michael Pintard recently said the Leader of the Opposition was a Junkanoo man and would have said to Bradley Roberts PLP Chairman “Don’t sing it! Bring It”. Pintard went on to say that the PLP Chairman should have one of his colleagues lay the files on the table of the House since he is unable to do so in person given what may be on his file...
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The Democratic National Alliance has Offered to Serve - Aug 23, 2015 - 2:07:09 PM

Our Bahamas has literally decayed over the past 25 years. Instead of being a prosperous, peaceful, loving, tranquil and clean country we have turn into a country of criminals and gangsters coupled with a culture of corruption. There is no law, order and discipline in this country known as the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. We have become a nation of beggars and “what ya ga do for me” type people. We have sunken to such a low that it has become the norm and/or commonplace to see “Murder” as the headlines. Where is our Bahamas?

Most recently our country has experienced corruption, cronyism and conflict to no end! Again this seems to now become the norm and the leaders of the day act on the Bahamians passive nature and hence corruption, cronyism and conflict continue to mushroom...

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Pintard: Family Islands Need This Government's Help Now - Aug 21, 2015 - 12:05:14 PM

Nassau, Bahamas - The following is a statement by Senator Michael Pintard:

As usual Fred Mitchell descends to his safe place of personal attacks without addressing the core issue which in this case is the failure of this PLP led government to work with Family Island residents and assist them in improving their communities as promised in the run up to the last general election.

Many Family Islands face significant challenges that require intervention from the Central government. The cries of thousands of Family Island residents have gone unheeded by this administration despite promises to address basic requests for the government to open completed clinics; upgrade dilapidated airports; ensure consistent airlift; and repair roads, docks and seawalls...
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Bradley Roberts: Dr. Hubert L Minnis stands condemned - Aug 20, 2015 - 6:33:47 PM

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

In my statement of August 12th  I placed some questions to the Leader of the Opposition regarding his involvement in a lease of the premises at Nassau and Delancy Street to the Public Hospital Authority during 2007 to 2012 and whether the Minister was guilty conflict of interest and abuse of his office.  

Dr. Minnis denied the allegation and called me a political dinosaur amongst other things...

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DNA: The Prime Minister Dances while the Country Burns - Aug 18, 2015 - 11:34:00 PM

Over the past three years in office, PM Perry Christie has, on more than one occasion, boasted of the more than 40 years he has spent in public office. Unfortunately, the Bahamas has little to show in the way of progress for Mr. Christie’s years of “service”. In fact, the country is in dire straits. With a murder rate barreling toward the triple digits for another consecutive year, record youth unemployment and a middle class crumbling under the weight of a growing tax burden, the citizens of our small country are perhaps worse off than they were in 1967...
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