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FNM leader calls for legislation to tackle corruption

FREE National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis pinpointed the need this year for the drafting of anti-corruption legislation to ensure politicians and government officials are prevented from using their positions of privilege to engage in nefarious practices.

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YOUR SAY: Opposition leader’s statement on the 2,000 Baha Mar layoffs

IT is with deep grief and concern for my fellow Bahamians that I received the news of the layoffs of 2,000 Bahamian men and women as a result of the winding up of the Baha Mar resort.

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Minnis claims unhappy Cabinet members have written resignations to the PM

SEVERAL Cabinet ministers have reportedly written resignation letters to Prime Minister Perry Christie because they are displeased with his leadership and the handling of several scandals that have sparked public backlash, FNM leader Dr Hubert Minnis claimed yesterday.

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Minnis wants clarity over Bowe payments

OPPOSITION Leader Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday called for an investigation into whether Royal Bahamas Defence Force Commodore Roderick Bowe was paid by the government while also working for Baha Mar.

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Tax ‘will cripple middle class and kill the poor’

IF THE Government implements another tax on top of Value added Tax it will “cripple the middle class and kill the poor”, FNM Leader Dr Hubert Minnis said yesterday.

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FNM blasts govt over proposed new tax

FREE National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday lashed out at the Christie administration over its proposed new tax to facilitate National Health Insurance.

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BAMSI workers not paid, claims Minnis

FNM leader Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday claimed that construction workers at the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) had not been paid.

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Minnis hits out over Critical Care Block delays

FREE National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday criticised the government for the lengthy delays that stalled the full opening of the Princess Margaret Hospital’s Critical Care Block.

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Minnis calls for bank management to be fired

FNM Leader Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday led dozens of party members in a protest outside of Bank of the Bahamas, calling on Prime Minister Perry Christie to demonstrate “true leadership” and fire the management team at the bank.

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Fnm to be more 'visible, active and vigilant' over crime

THE Free National Movement will be more “visible, active and vigilant” in 2015 – especially when it comes to the scourge of the crime in the country, party Leader Dr Hubert Minnis said last night.

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THE rise in this year’s murder rate is evidence that the economy has an “indirect correlation” to crime, Free Natiional Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis said yesterday.

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FNM CONVENTION: Warm welcome for Dr Minnis

ARRIVING at the Holy Trinity Convention Centre this morning, the first impression was that it was more a rally for Dr Hubert Minnis than a party convention.

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Minnis: Do you want a speaker or do you want solutions?

FREE National Movement leader Dr Hubert Minnis has dismissed persistent criticism that he is “a flip-flopper” and not charismatic.

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Minnis says he hopes that Wells will resign today

FREE National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis said yesterday he hopes that Renward Wells will announce in the House of Assembly today that he has resigned from his post as parliamentary secretary in the Ministry of Works.

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Minnis: PM has failed the nation over crime

FNM Leader Dr Hubert Minnis said Prime Minister Perry Christie has “failed” the nation on crime and obviously misled the public before the 2012 general election with suggestions that the PLP had answers to the problem.

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Minnis 'on the same page' as PM over referendum

AFTER shocking PLP members last week by announcing in the House of Assembly that he did not support the constitutional referendum bills that were tabled last month, Dr Minnis said yesterday that he and Prime Minister Perry Christie are once again “on the same page” with respect to the referendum.

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Minnis 'faced pressure' to oppose referendum

FREE National Movement insiders claimed yesterday that party leader Dr Hubert Minnis faced pressure to oppose the constitutional referendum bills by FNM council members who found his initial position too supportive of the Christie administration’s proposals.

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Minnis U-turn on gender equality Bills

DESPITE initially pledging the Free National Movement’s full support of the four bills that seek to enshrine gender equality into the Constitution, Opposition leader Dr Hubert Minnis made an about face in the House of Assembly yesterday declaring that the party will not support the changes.


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