Former PLP cabinet minister Loftus Roker (he who gave us the cheeky moniker “Rokerpure” for brackish drinking water) recently expressed his disdain over the fact that outside observers were coming to invigilate our election next month.
After reading the article on Nassau’s lighthouse in today’s Tribune I should like to add to the observations made by Mr Ronald Lightbourn, not only is our historic lighthouse in dire straits but many of our other historical buildings and landmarks have also been, one might say, criminally neglected.
Considering all that has been said and done under a PLP administration, we are looking at the possible consolidation of an enslaved state.
IT SHOULD be obvious to everyone by now that in this upcoming election, a vote for the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) or for an Independent candidate is essentially a vote for the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP).
YOUR April 3rd edition had a headline on page five - “PM: Minnis has no clue about governance”.
WHILE everyone is concerned with the political fervour now consuming our nation, I wish to change strides and mention something on the environmental front (although it does in some way connect to recent and past politics – vis a vis the New Providence “landfill” debacle).
IT IS very important that in this election on May 10, 2017, that the political parties present to the Bahamain people the best ideas, solutions and visions to address the problems facing The Bahamas.
THANK YOU, THANK YOU! Wish there was a possibility of The Tribune running that same Editorial (April 6) up to the day of Election, or even separate flyers.
THE BAHAMAS has enjoyed Parliamentary system of government for over 200 years. The Bahamas has been an independent sovereign nation for over 43 years. During this period this country has enjoyed General Elections on a regular basis.
“Righteousness exalteth a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people”. Proverbs 14:34.
Re: Free electricity pledge by PLP (The Tribune, April 13)
CHILE please, the current iteration of the PLP is only checking for PLPs.
ALFRED Sears is running on the PLP ticket for Fort Charlotte. He ran for leader of the PLP against Perry Christie, with the message that the PLP will lose under the Christie leadership. Is
Re: PM ‘should resign’ after ‘foul’ gesture.
THE upcoming general elections will be the most important ever in our wonderful nation, make no mistake about this.