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FNM chairman Sidney Collie.

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Collie accuses govt of using taxpayers' money to fund campaign

FREE National Movement Chairman Sidney Collie accused Prime Minister Perry Christie and the government of using "tax payer money" to fund the Progressive Liberal Party's (PLP) campaign in the upcoming general election on Friday.

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‘Tell the truth on where VAT revenue has gone’

Free National Movement Chairman Sidney Collie yesterday urged the government to tell the truth regarding the nearly $1bn in value added tax revenue it collected from taxpayers since the tax was imposed on Bahamians.

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Collie pledges MPs will get fair tribunal

FREE National Movement Chairman Sidney Collie yesterday defended the party’s newly appointed tribunal given the task of deciding the fate of the “rebel seven” members of Parliament against accusations of possible bias, saying he was satisfied that the three-person panel will come to a “fair decision”.

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Collie says FNM is focused on election, not "career politicians and back room deals"

FREE National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie says Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner "can do what ever she wants" because the party is not concerned about "career politicians and back room deals".

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Collie: No chance in hell Minnis will be removed

FREE National Movement Chairman Sidney Collie said yesterday there is “no chance in hell” that FNM Leader Dr Hubert Minnis will be removed from his post before the next general election.

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FNM ‘working round the clock’ to vet candidates

FREE National Movement Chairman Sidney Collie said since the party’s July convention more than 30 additional persons have submitted applications in a bid to run on the FNM’s ticket in the 2017 general election.

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New FNM Fort Charlotte elections to be held after judge urges a deal

AT the urging of Justice Indra Charles, the Free National Movement’s warring factions reached an amicable resolution in the Supreme Court yesterday concerning an application for judicial review over the Fort Charlotte Constituency Association’s recent election process.

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Christie's new plan is just an election ploy, says FNM chairman

FREE National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie on Friday questioned the motive behind Prime Minister Perry Christie’s new plan for the future, as he suggested that this was nothing more than an election ploy.

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FNM chairman says Bradley Roberts is 'delusional'

FREE NATIONAL Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie yesterday branded Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts as "delusional" as he fired back in defence of his party's leader.

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Collie concern at ‘slush fund’ in Budget

FREE National Movement Chairman Sidney Collie yesterday alleged that the stark increase of the Office of the Prime Minister’s 2016/2017 budget allocation was proof that the government intends to use public funds as an election tool.

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Collie: No high-level talks on D.N.A. coalition

THERE has been no “executive level discussion” between the Free National Movement (FNM) and the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) over the potential for a coalition, according to FNM Chairman Sidney Collie.

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FNM chairman accused of being ‘lapdog’ as Fort Charlotte meeting delayed

NEWLY-ELECTED Free National MovementChairman Sidney Collie has been accused of orchestrating a series of “underhanded political tactics” all geared towards ensuring that party leader Dr Hubert Minnis “is placed in the best position” ahead of the organisation’s November national convention.

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Collie says party will demand accountability

NEWLY elected FNM Chairman Sidney Collie said the party will continue to demand accountability and transparency in government, in the wake of a US report that highlighted the government’s ineffectiveness at implementing corruption laws.

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‘Work for Nygard will not hold me back’

SIDNEY Collie yesterday said his previous work as a lawyer for Peter Nygard will not impede his ability to hold the Progressive Liberal Party’s feet to the fire over its members’ connections to the controversial fashion mogul.


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