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FNM Shadow Minister Dr. Andre Rollins responds to Acting Prime Minister Davis‏ - Nov 26, 2015 - 3:35:42 AM

Dr. Andre Rollins, Shadow Minister of National Security Statement in response to The Nassau Guardian Article Of November 25, 2015:

The Acting Prime Minister in his response to my call for a Cabinet shuffle demonstrated exactly what is wrong about the governance of this country under the PLP. The Cabinet represents the executive branch of government and it is this group of individuals that is constitutionally mandated to superintend the affairs of the state on behalf of all Bahamians – not just PLPs. To be clear, the best course of action to repair the damage done to our country under this government is for them to call a general election to give Bahamians an opportunity to relieve them of their duty...
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Terneille Burrows responds to today's Nassau Guardian lead story - Nov 25, 2015 - 6:13:59 PM

Today s Guardian featured story, “Moss Stands by Party Chairman - Vulgar video makes social media rounds after UDP announcement”, happened to be published on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and Girls.

The article stated that a video has resurfaced that stars C. Allen Johnson, “demeaning a woman, using vile descriptions”. Newly formed United Democratic Party (UDP) chairman, Johnson, refused any comment, but sitting Member of Parliament and leader of the UDP Gregory Moss had a lot to say, considering claims that he had not seen the video(s).

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Tribute to Women's Rights by Opposition Leader Hon. Dr. Hubert A. Minnis - Nov 25, 2015 - 1:54:15 AM

On November 25, 1962, Bahamian women gained the right to vote in our national general elections.  Today marks the 53rd anniversary of this tremendous feat.  At every pivotal turn in the history of The Bahamas, women have played an integral and inspiring role.  The historic votes of Bahamian women at the polls in the 1960's significantly helped to change the political landscape of our country.

This remarkable right to vote victory has contributed much to the shaping of an independent and modern Bahamas.  Bahamian women, the once unsung heroes, have now made the mark of governor general, deputy prime minister, cabinet minister, member of parliament, highly qualified doctors, lawyers, educators, engineers, accountants, business owners, farmers, pilots, religious leaders and other productive professions...
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Entrepreneur and businessman joins the FNM - Nov 24, 2015 - 1:36:47 PM

The Free National Movement today welcomed Architect and businessman Herbert Collins to the Free National Movement.

Mr. Collins, an Androsian by birth received his early education at North Andros High before attending Miami Lakes Technical Institute graduating with an honors degree in Architectural Science.

Mr. Collins is also a construction professional with over thirty years’ experience in the building and construction industry...
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FNM Women’s Association Equip Members for Holistic Success - Nov 23, 2015 - 3:21:51 PM

On Saturday November 21, 2015, the Women’s Association of the Free National Movement held their “One Day Power Packed Seminar” under the theme, ‘The Woman and the Environment’.

Event speakers included Senator Michael Pintard, party chairman, Dr. Annette Bethel, The Hon. Theresa Moxey-Ingraham, Dr. Duane Sands, Khalil Brathwaite, Samantha Duncombe, Dianna Gibson, Pamela Gomez and Dr. Sandra Dean-Patterson.

Monique Gomez, president of the FNM Women’s Association said, “The promotion of a financially, mentally and spiritually heathy woman is a part of my association’s mandate as we seek to transform hearts and minds through promoting and supporting the entire woman...
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Bradley Roberts to the Progressive Young Liberals General Meeting‏ - Nov 22, 2015 - 6:25:09 PM

Remarks By Bradley B. Roberts National Chairman Progressive Liberal Party PYL  General Meeting at Lynden Pindling Center 20 November 2015

Let no man despise thy youth; but be thou an example of the believers, in word, in conversation, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity. (1Timothy 4:12 - KJV)

These words of admonition and wisdom by the Apostle Timothy will serve you well in your personal lives, your professional lives and in your public lives should you decide on a life of public service...
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Opposition Leader’s Statement on Comments made by Minister of State for National Security Keith Bell - Nov 22, 2015 - 12:58:57 PM

In the wake of the national record-breaking murder count, and a government in a communications crisis, Prime Minister Perry Christie is seemingly sleep walking.

Comments attributed to State Minister for National Security Keith Bell published on the front page of a local daily on November 20th, 2015, represent a striking disconnect between the government and its law enforcement agencies.  The State Minister's comments also serve as disrespectful and an offensive characterization of the hard and dedicated work being carried out by the leadership and entire membership of the Royal Bahamas Police Force.  Bell suggested in the article that Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade is failing to carry out all of the government's...
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Minnis: Govt Has No Plan To Protect Baha Mar Contractors - Nov 22, 2015 - 11:57:20 AM

We’re told that Dr Hubert Minnis “castigated” the Government because they don’t have a ”contingency plan to protect the interests of local contractors who are collectively owed millions of dollars for work performed on Baha Mar.”

Excuse me? When did this become Governments responsibility?

This is a most regrettable and difficult situation for the contractors to be sure, but how on earth does their business transaction that might result in huge losses for many people become the the responsibility of taxpayers?
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Deputy Leader Hosts Greater Houston Black Chamber of Commerce Trade Mission - Nov 20, 2015 - 9:26:54 AM

On Monday November 16, 2015, Member of Parliament for East Grand Bahama and Free National Movement Deputy Leader, Hon. K. Peter Turnquest & Mrs. Sonia Turnquest hosted the President, 1st Vice President and members of the Greater Houston Black Chamber of Commerce (GHBCC), along with a representative of Prairie View A&M University Alumni Association and alumni resident on Grand Bahama to a reception.

The GHBCC is presently wrapping up a five-day trade mission to Grand Bahama where they had an opportunity to view investment...
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DNA discusses Electoral Reform with Parliamentary Commissioner - Nov 19, 2015 - 12:16:10 PM

Nassau, The Bahamas - Executives of the Democratic National Alliance, including party leader Branville McCartney and Deputy Leader Chris Mortimer met on 12th November, 2015 with Parliamentary Commissioner Sherlyn Hall and his assistant Geoffrey McPhee where they held productive discussions on key matters relative to the role of the department in the upcoming general election.

As we continue to grow and develop our democracy it is critical that we pay special attention to loopholes which leave the process vulnerable to fraud. As part of its push towards electoral reform the Democratic National Alliance is interested in moving the country’s democratic process into the 21st century. During that sit-down, the party’s leadership discussed ways to improve the process through the use of technology and the introduction...
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FMN Shadow Minister of National Security Statement - Nov 18, 2015 - 9:00:28 PM

The Free National Movement shares the public’s deep concern about the violent crime crisis engulfing New Providence and we commiserate with the families and communities grieving the senseless loss of those they love and cherish. It gives us no satisfaction to witness the unprecedented and tragic level of violent crime affecting our country. However, we must once again remind the government that they came to office promising that they possessed all of the solutions to crime. Sadly, we are confronted with the reality that New Providence is today still terribly insecure. The failure to bring violent crime under control has left Bahamians in a perpetual state of fear for their personal safety. This traumatic state of affairs cannot continue...
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DNA: "Elect-Yle Dysfunction" Stifling our Democracy - Nov 18, 2015 - 6:52:45 PM

The past four decades of Bahamian Democracy reads like a case study for the need for electoral reform. Our current political environment has done little to truly grow our democracy. Instead, it has created generations of Bahamians who are detached from the political process; who are distrusting of government agencies and people who feel like third class citizens in their own country; all the while breeding an unparalleled level of corruption which excludes persons not closely affiliated with the government of the day from any or all opportunities which should be afforded to every Bahamian.

This level of “ELECT-YLE DYSFUNCTION” is a product of policies that have failed to forge a firm, more hopeful, 21st century Bahamas...
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Latrae Rahming: The Bahamas Ignorance Problem - Nov 17, 2015 - 11:17:57 PM

How long are we going to continue to blame successive governments for us as a citizenry for falling short of our collective responsibility? We all are subject to our national responsibilities as a person. Governments solely aren't responsible for the way a society turns out. But the accumulation of poor decisions by successive governments has proven to result in broad consequences for the future trajectory of The Bahamas.This whole conception that successive government are en...gaged in the suppression of the education of the Bahamian people purposely is entirely misguided. Due to the fact that level of ignorance is exceedingly counterproductive to governing and the implementation of policies in the people's interest...
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Grand Bahama FNM Council Welcomes Dr. Andre Rollins and Renward Wells - Nov 16, 2015 - 10:08:15 AM

Freeport, Grand Bahama - On Saturday, 14th November, 2015, the Free National Movement held a Special-Called Grand Bahama Council meeting in Freeport, Grand Bahama.

In attendance were the FNM leadership including Leader, Hon. Dr. Hubert A. Minnis, Hon. Peter Turnquest, Deputy-Leader, Sen. Hon. Michael Pintard, Chairman, Members of Parliament including; Richard Lightbourn, Renward Wells, MP and Dr. Andre Rollins, MP and Honourable Senators including; Carl Bethel, Kwasi Thompson and Lanisha Rolle...
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Statement on Crime by Dr. Andre Rollins, FNM Shadow Minister of National Security - Nov 12, 2015 - 6:03:12 PM

The Free National Movement shares the public’s deep concern about the violent crime crisis engulfing New Providence and we commiserate with the families and communities grieving the senseless loss of those they love and cherish. It gives us no satisfaction to witness the unprecedented and tragic level of violent crime affecting our country. However, we must once again remind the government that they came to office promising that they possessed all of the solutions to crime. Sadly, we are confronted with the reality that New Providence is today still terribly insecure...
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FNM Shadow Ministers Reshuffle - Nov 11, 2015 - 11:19:49 PM

Nassau, Bahamas - Opposition Leader the Hon. Dr. Hubert A. Minnis announced today a reshuffle in the portfolios of FNM Shadow Ministers to become effective immediately.    Dr. Andre Rollins has been appointed Shadow Minister of National Security, while Mr. Renward Wells assumes the portfolio as Shadow Minister of Tourism.  

Additional changes to the Shadow Ministers portfolios include the appointment of Senator the Hon. Lanisha Rolle in the capacity as Shadow Minister of Local Government, and Senator the Hon. Michael Pintard as Shadow Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture...
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This Day in the Bahamian Parliament: 11th November, 2015 - Nov 11, 2015 - 5:21:00 PM

The House assembly met on Wednesday, 11th November 2015 at 10am and below is a summary of the House proceedings under the agenda item, “Statements by Ministers.”

Foreign Minister the Hon. Fred Mitchell responded to media commentary attributed to Anglican Bishop the Rev. Laish Boyd on matters of citizenship. He also responded to a Nassau Guardian editorial on the same topic.

Mr. Mitchell denied any acts of unfairness on his part in the application of the law and policy as regards immigration and citizenship specifically. He said the banker, butler and candlestick maker were all subject to the law. He invited those with evidence to the contrary to present the same...

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Wilson, "Can the FNM tell us the real deal behind the LOI and Renward Wells?" - Nov 10, 2015 - 11:40:20 AM

Last week under much fanfare or should we say more division, the FNM invited Renward Wells and Andre Rollins into their camp. It is widely believed that this move was done by the Leader of the Opposition to save his position as Leader as there was a move afoot to have him removed by other FNM Parliamentary Colleagues who have lost confidence in his leadership. Notwithstanding the FNM’s Secretary General’s assertion that the party has overwhelmingly accepted both Wells and Rollins into the fold, it is understood that many were not aware that they were invited to the FNM by the Leader of the Opposition…not even some of the Parliamentary Members...
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Former DNA Candidate Joins the FNM - Nov 9, 2015 - 12:09:52 PM

The DNA candidate for the Marathon Constituency in the May 7, 2012 general election Karen Davis has officially joined the Free National Movement.  

In accepting her membership card Mrs. Davis said, “As a mother of three beautiful children, I am concerned that the downward slope that the Christie led administration is taking our country will continue if we don’t unite. Additionally, under the PLP my children and thousands of other Bahamian children will inherit a country void of employment opportunities and without hope. However, I believe the Free National Movement under the leadership of Dr. Hubert Minnis will reverse this trend and put our country back on the path to prosperity.” She invited Bahamian families to join with her and the FNM to rescue our nation...

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DNA: A Tragic National Milestone - Nov 8, 2015 - 11:26:12 PM

With less than two months left in the year, the Bahamas has surpassed the highest number of murders ever recorded in our nation’s history. As the country marks this tragic milestone we are reminded of the hundreds of young men and women whose lives were abruptly ended as a result of violent crime.

Over the course of this year, media reports have detailed the many instances of violent crime; newspapers have recounted the stories of fathers snatched away from their sons and mothers from their daughters. So far this year, we have learned that none of us are safe from the ever increasing levels of crime and criminality facing our nation. All of us, be we preacher, politician, child, or senior citizen, cannot escape the impact of crime...
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