FREE National Movement Senator Carl Bethel said yesterday that Progressive Liberal Party Chairman Bradley Roberts is “delusional” about the FNM’s position on Baha Mar.
POLITICAL activist and attorney D Halson Moultrie joined the Free National Movement yesterday, saying the party
STATE minister for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez has rebuffed suggestions that the country's statute of limitations could potentially hamper the government's ability to prosecute the alleged Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) bribe-taker.
FORMER State Minister for Environment Phenton Neymour says the Free National Movement (FNM) should have a convention this year to work through its "issues" ahead of the 2017 general election.
ATTORNEY General Allyson Maynard-Gibson defended the judiciary after Minister of National Security Dr Bernard Nottage blamed the body for the country's crime problem earlier this week.
TALL Pines MP Leslie Miller says he respects Prime Minister Perry Christie's plan to launch another leadership bid at the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) convention in November.
DEMOCRATIC National Alliance Leader Branville McCartney says he is "disgusted and appalled" that National Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage blamed the judiciary for the crime problem and has called for his immediate resignation.
PUBLIC Accounts Committee Chairman Hubert Chipman said after hearing testimony from the co-chairs of Urban Renewal 2.0 yesterday, it is clear that the programme is “disjointed.”
PUBLIC Service Union President John Pinder yesterday said he is considering running for political office in the next general election, insisting that whatever party he joins would have to adopt the “firm and feasible” national plan he is presently drafting.
BAR Association President Elsworth Johnson said yesterday that Minister of National Security Dr Bernard Nottage should “stick to gynecology” since he obviously lacks the “innovation and the intellectual aptitude” to solve the nation’s crippling crime problem.
PRIME Minister Perry Christie reportedly told a crowd of Progressive Liberal Party supporters in North Andros last night that he plans to offer himself for re-election as leader of the party at its November convention.
FREE National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday said he was not surprised after National Security Minister Bernard Nottage blamed the judiciary for the nation’s crime woes, suggesting the “tired PLPs are once again up to their old tricks”.
PRIME Minister Perry Christie said yesterday that his optimism for a successful outcome to the Baha Mar debacle has risen considerably after a Delaware Bankruptcy Court judge dismissed Baha Mar’s Chapter 11 proceedings on Tuesday.
PRIME Minister Perry Christie avoided saying yesterday if he will make a bid to remain leader of the Progressive Liberal Party at its convention in November, but told reporters: “I am the leader of the party.”
NATIONAL Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage last night shifted blame to the judiciary for the country’s crime problem, as he blasted judges for failing to impose stiffer penalties and not properly enforcing laws that are on the books.