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Edison Key ‘doing fine’ after being taken into hospital

CENTRAL and South Abaco MP Edison Key yesterday insisted that he was “doing fine” while confirming to The Tribune that he was under observation in the hospital.

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Abaco FNM chairman says Key offfered ministry role by Minnis

THE Free National Movement’s Central and South Abaco Constituency Association Chairman Victor Patterson yesterday defended FNM Leader Dr Hubert Minnis against accusations of betrayal and dishonesty levelled by area MP Edison Key last week regarding his candidacy snub.

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Collie: FNM sought replacement only after Key said he was retiring

THE Free National Movement only began seeking a new candidate for the Central and South Abaco constituency after area MP Edison Key informed the organisation that he would not be seeking another nomination because he was retiring from front line politics, party Chairman Sidney Collie said yesterday.

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‘Disappointment’ behind Key criticism of FNM leader

THE Central and South Abaco Free National Movement Constituency Association yesterday attributed area MP Edison Key’s criticism of FNM Leader Dr Hubert Minnis to “disappointment” that he will not be the party’s candidate for the 2017 general election.

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Key defends Andros plan

EDISON Key, Executive Chairman of the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC), yesterday spoke out in support of the controversial $2.1bn agriculture and fisheries proposal for Andros that would involve Chinese investors, but cautioned that such a move, if pursued, must be “led and guided by Bahamians”.

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Edison Key will retire from politics after 40 years

CENTRAL and South Abaco MP Edison Key yesterday confirmed that he will retire from politics in 2017 to end a 40-year long career as a parliamentarian.

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Abaco MP calls for immigration raids to be carried out humanely

THE government should execute planned immigration raids in shanty towns in Abaco humanely and with consideration for the large number of Bahamian dwellers in these communities, Central and South Abaco MP Edison Key said.

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Minnis 'may have spoken too soon' on FNM support for bills

CENTRAL and South Abaco MP Edison Key suggested yesterday that FNM leader Dr Hubert Minnis may have spoken too soon in saying the FNM fully supports the proposed constitutional referendum, noting that the issue was never discussed with him.

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Key: Haitian descendents born in Bahamas should get citizenship

PEOPLE born in the Bahamas of Haitian descent are Bahamians and should have citizenship, according to Central and South Abaco MP Edison Key.

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Edison Key goes against party line over Budget vote

CENTRAL and South Abaco MP Edison Key will not support the Free National Movement’s decision to vote against the 2014/2015 budget, he said yesterday.

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Key 'still active FNM'

CENTRAL and South Abaco MP Edison Key yesterday confirmed that he was still an active member of the FNM party despite noticeable absences from Opposition press conferences held at the House of Assembly.

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Grand Bahama FNM chief backs Edison Key

FREEPORT – FNM Grand Bahama chairman David Thompson said he will “continue to embrace” Edison Key as an important part of the party despite the Abaco MP’s decision not to join his colleagues in boycotting the House.

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Edison Key leaves House - but only to go to the doctor

CENTRAL and South Abaco MP Edison Key left the House of Assembly yesterday because he had a doctor’s appointment – not because FNM bosses pressured him to do so, he insisted.

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Edison Key remains as fellow FNM MPs depart

AS FNM MPs left the House of Assembly in solidarity with suspended party leader Hubert Minnis, their colleague Edison Key stayed behind, explaining: “I am an individual. I think for myself.”

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Minnis: no truth in Edison Key quit rumours

FOLLOWING reports that South Abaco MP Edison Key may resign his seat, FNM leader Dr Hubert Minnis firmly dismissed the claims.


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