June 23, 2016
Prime Minister Perry Christie.
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PRIME Minister Perry Christie yesterday bemoaned Bahamas Power and Light’s inability to provide uninterrupted electricity supply to the island, telling The Tribune he was not only “distressed” by the outages, but that he ordered a probe to uncover the root cause of the most recent island-wide power cut.
TEASING documents that detail the previous administration’s efforts to partner with the Chinese government for the development of agriculture and fisheries, Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday criticised the Free National Movement and its leader Dr Hubert Minnis for “emotionally exploiting” Bahamian’s anxiety over Chinese investment.
PRIME Minister Perry Christie said he does not feel threatened by former Attorney General Alfred Sears’ bid to challenge him for the leadership of the Progressive Liberal Party, despite rumblings within the organisation that young supporters and Bahamians want a new direction.
AS Bahamians rage over power cuts during this hot summer, Prime Minister Perry Christie admitted yesterday that the management of Bahamas Power & Light failed to adequately anticipate the challenge of generating electricity during the summer months and prepare for it.
PRIME Minister Perry Christie said yesterday the government has modelled its new mortgage relief programme after a similar plan in the United States that “yielded successful results.”