May 1, 2012
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Freeport’s new tax incentives law was yesterday branded an “abomination” and “anti-business” by an FNM Senator, who argued that it will undermine both the city’s founding agreement and economic growth.
FREE National Movement Senator Carl Bethel yesterday said from a legal stand point, there is nothing the FNM can do to force the judiciary to unseal documents related to the new deal to complete Baha Mar and open it before the end of the 2016/2017 winter season.
FREE National Movement Senator Carl Bethel yesterday questioned the thinking behind the government’s proposed amendment to the Bail Act that seeks to punish persons who violate bail conditions.
FREE National Movement Senator Carl Bethel yesterday denied suggestions that his criticism of the Baha Mar winding up process was unpatriotic, calling Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson’s characterisation of him “disingenuous and false”.
FNM Senator Carl Bethel yesterday said that Killarney MP Dr Hubert Minnis made a full disclosure in the House of Assembly over his company’s contract with the government while he was minister of health.
AS delegates and supporters arrived for the Free National Movement party’s convention this morning former Attorney General and opposition senator Carl Bethel voiced his support for incumbent Leader Dr Hubert Minnis in the leadership duel with Loretta Butler-Turner.
FNM CHAIRMAN Darron Cash has reached an “amicable agreemeent” with the Attorney General’s Office and the Commissioner of Police concerning his “violation of his rights” case, according to his lawyer Carl Bethel.
THE FREE National Movement’s newest senator, Carl Bethel, said yesterday that he will use his time in the Upper Chamber to ensure the PLP government keeps all the promises they made to the Bahamian people.
THE FNM yesterday announced that Carl Bethel has been appointed to replace former Education Minister Desmond Bannister in the Senate.
THE FNM says this weekend's party convention will be 'transformative' and that the party will emerge ready to hold the new government to account over its ambitious election promise
A BATTLE over the chairmanship of the Free National Movement is heating up with a faction in the party now openly backing the nomination of Anthony Musgrove.
FOLLOWING FNM chairman Carl Bethel's assertion that his party expects to win the police force's support in the upcoming general election, police representatives refused to comment.