October 25, 2016
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FORMER Attorney General Alfred Sears said if given one, he will refuse a nomination for a leadership post at the Progressive Liberal Party’s convention, noting unless the opposition party undertakes a radical, “fundamental internal transformation” it
I CAUTION the Minnis government that “official statements” of ministers, unlike statements of candidates during the general election campaign, can have negative legal consequences, talk down the economy and undermine the national interests of The Bahamas.
FORMER Progressive Liberal Party MP Philip Galanis yesterday suggested that Alfred Sears, who is challenging the party’s leadership post, will not receive a fair shot during the party’s convention later this month.
FORMER Attorney General and Progressive Liberal Party candidate for Fort Charlotte Alfred Sears, QC, said the PLP’s greatest chance at winning the next election is with him as leader.
FORMER Attorney General Alfred Sears said yesterday he is using the Progressive Liberal Party’s decision to delay its convention as an opportunity to raise “much needed funds” for his leadership campaign.
FORMER PLP MP Philip Galanis yesterday praised the leadership platform presented by former Attorney General Alfred Sears as a welcome respite from the status quo of visionless political leadership, and a return to the core values of the Progressive Liberal Party.
PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Fort Charlotte candidate Alfred Sears called yesterday for more transparency from the government concerning its dealings with China and other countries.
FORMER Attorney General Alfred Sears has criticised Tourism Minister Obie Wilchcombe for “lecturing him on integrity” while not giving full disclosure about the circumstances surrounding the postponement of the Caribbean Muzik Festival.
PLP leadership challenger Alfred Sears said the party’s decision to delay its convention gives him an opportunity to reach more delegates.
AMID the litany of reforms proposed in his leadership platform, former Attorney General Alfred Sears calls for an amnesty period for undocumented migrants that have a “genuine link” to the country, and the regularisation of those living and working in the Bahamas for more than 15 years.
FORMER Attorney General Alfred Sears yesterday called on Bahamians to “join our revolution” as he unveiled his road map for the modernisation of the Progressive Liberal Party and the country.