June 9, 2016
DNA Leader Branville McCartney.
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DEMOCRATIC National Alliance Leader Branville McCartney alleged yesterday that some government officials interfere with the course of justice by “making calls” to have bail granted to people who are accused of serious crimes.
DEMOCRATIC National Alliance Leader Branville McCartney said yesterday that Prime Minister Christie’s addition of an extra seat in a perceived “PLP stronghold” shows how desperate the government has become.
DEMOCRATIC National Alliance Leader Branville McCartney yesterday called for the resignation of Prime Minister Perry Christie after it was revealed that the sale of Baha Mar is not complete, despite Mr Christie telling the country the stalled resort was sold.
DEMOCRATIC National Alliance leader Branville McCartney has lamented the country’s crime problem, predicting that with a violent start to 2017, the stage was set for another record breaking year.
Protest event gets underway.
DEMOCRATIC National Alliance Leader Branville McCartney said yesterday the only people that will benefit from the government’s “new Baha Mar deal” are Prime Minister Perry Christie and officials from the Export Import Bank of China (CEXIM) and China Construction America (CCA).
DEMOCRATIC National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney yesterday promised that his party’s two-day convention at the end of this month would “re-write” all political norms in The Bahamas, as the group looks to offer a glimpse into “democracy the DNA’s way”.
DNA Leader Branville McCartney declared yesterday that the Free National Movement is “dead” and has been replaced by the same incompetence and corruption “that has come to define the Progressive Liberal Party”.
DEMOCRATIC National Alliance Leader Branville McCartney expressed openness yesterday to allowing homosexual couples to form civil unions, as opposed to marriage, so they could enjoy some of the rights that married couples do.
THE Democratic National Alliance (DNA) has joined calls for the government to release a comprehensive crime plan in response to the latest travel advisory to people visiting the country.
THE delays in releasing polling results in Tuesday’s constitutional referendum was damaging to democracy, Democratic National Alliance Leader Branville McCartney said yesterday, as he questioned if the government was trying to suppress the numbers.