NEWLY elected Progressive Liberal Party parliamentarians and long-time PLP supporters greeted Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis at the airport Friday morning when he touched down in New Providence.
A FREE National Movement trustee has urged party leader Dr Hubert Minnis to step down from the role to allow the organisation to refocus its efforts and become a viable force in the future.
FREE National Movement Fox Hill candidate John Pinder claimed his supporters were “harassed” at polling sites yesterday.
KWASI Thompson thanked supporters after he was elected as the new member of Parliament for East Grand Bahama.
AFTER a four-year term plagued by devastating hurricanes and a global pandemic, Dr Hubert Minnis was unable to convince the Bahamian people to re-elect him.
THE Democratic National Alliance yesterday congratulated the Progressive Liberal Party on its victory after failing to win any seats at the polls for a third election.
PHILIP Edward Davis, Leader of The Progressive Liberal Party, was sworn in as the fifth Prime Minister of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas Friday.
OUTGOING Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis deflected to the Progressive Liberal Party’s campaign style in the face of questions about his failure to publicly address allegations against Adrian Gibson and his handling of certain contracts in his capacity as Water and Sewerage Corporation chairman.
A MAJOR upset at the polls yesterday has left many Free National Movement Cabinet ministers without a seat in Parliament as The Bahamas ushers in a new Progressive Liberal Party government.
AFTER repeatedly declaring that his party would be returned to office, Free National Movement leader Dr Hubert Minnis was forced to concede defeat and congratulate PLP leader Philip “Brave” Davis for his wide margin electoral victory.
AFTER leading the Progressive Liberal Party to a wide victory at the polls, incoming Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis promised to tackle the challenges facing The Bahamas with humility and determination.
Live coverage of the 2021 General Election results.
In a concession speech released by the FNM, outgoing Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis has thanked Bahamians for the last four years:
AFTER voting in the Killarney constituency, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis responded to criticism that the early election was ill-timed as the country continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.
Voting in the General Election is underway – we'll keep you up-to-date throughout the day as The Bahamas goes to the polls.