PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Chairman Bradley Roberts criticised former PLP MP Philip Galanis yesterday for criticizing the Christie administration, suggesting that he should “be quiet” if he has “nothing with sense to say.”
DNA Leader Branville McCartney criticised Prime Minister Perry Christie for presenting a “fairy tale” filled with “fallacies” about the country’s circumstances while addressing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Summit last week.
MICAL MP V Alfred Gray called former PLP MP George Smith a hypocrite for criticising him.
THE Free National Movement on Friday announced that the party has officially accepted the application of Leonard Sands, welcoming him as a member in good standing.
PRIME Minister Perry Christie is expected to meet Baha Mar developer Sarkis Izmirlian on Monday after he received verbal assurances from the $3.5 billlion resort's lender China Export Import Bank that it was willing to work with all stakeholders to complete the stalled West Bay Street project.
BAHAMAS Against Crime Executive Director C B Moss has chastised the government saying the Christie administration “has missed the bus” when it comes to addressing crime challenges in this country.
TALL Pines MP Leslie Miller yesterday said the speculation surrounding the PLP’s convention and its leadership race are becoming an embarrassment. He said party members are attempting to “predict an outcome without knowing all the factors.”
A NOTED surgeon has insisted that Prime Minister Perry Christie is desperate to create and leave behind a legacy when he took over leadership of the committee appointed to plan and execute the implementation of National Health Insurance in January 2016.
FORMER Progressive Liberal Party MP Philip Galanis yesterday said the country has got worse over the past three years under Prime Minister Perry Christie’s leadership, adding that the nation’s leader has some questions to answer as to how he can make things better.
OPPOSITION Leader Dr Hubert Minnis said yesterday, if elected, he would push legislation to limit the tenure of the prime minister to two terms, to prevent what is happening “right now with Prime Minister Perry Christie.”
DEMOCRATIC National Alliance Leader Branville McCartney yesterday criticised the government for its silence and inaction in addressing the direct health concerns created by persisting issues at the New Providence landfill.
ATTORNEY General Allyson Maynard-Gibson said yesterday that she supports Prime Minister Perry Christie as he gears up to launch another leadership bid in the Progressive Liberal Party, adding that the nation’s leader has done “a lot of heavy lifting” this term.
FREE National Movement Chairman Michael Pintard yesterday said PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts’ suggestion that the government ought to consider implementing a curfew in crime hotspots is a “cry of desperation” as he questioned whether the plan would truly impact criminal activity.
FREE National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday chastised the government over claims that it had hired a foreign consultant without necessary approvals from the Public Hospitals Authority.
FREE National Movement Chairman Michael Pintard said that FNM Leader Dr Hubert Minnis relishes the chance to demonstrate the “clear difference” between him and whoever emerges as the leader of the PLP through a national debate.