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PM: No harm, no foul over Fitzgerald

PRIME Minister Philip “Brave” Davis said there was “no harm” and “no foul” regarding the Baha Mar contract controversy that surrounded former Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald in 2017.

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OPM welcomes Fitzgerald

THE Office of the Prime Minister has issued a statement about the appointment of former Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald as a senior policy advisor, saying the office is pleased that Mr Fitzgerald is joining the team.

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Fitzgerald back in key department

IN a since deleted tweet, the Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit said yesterday that former Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald is the new senior policy advisor and head of the PMDU.

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Fitzgerald brings his political career to an end

FORMER Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald has announced an end to his political career, telling Progressive Liberal Party members he will not seek a nomination for the next general election.

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Fitzgerald insists his hands are clean

FORMER Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald yesterday accused Works Minister Desmond Bannister of making “defamatory” statements, while insisting he did not benefit from a Bahamas Power and Light Company Ltd brokerage contract awarded to Bahamas Courier & Logistics (BCL), a company owned by his father.

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Fitzgerald rules out private appeal

JEROME  Fitzgerald, former minister of Education, Science and Technology, yesterday indicated that he would not be making a private appeal of the Supreme Court ruling on parliamentary privilege as he confirmed his plans to leave frontline politics.

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Dame Joan: Fitzgerald has no justification

AMID continued silence from Prime Minister Perry Christie over Jerome Fitzgerald’s admission that he solicited lucrative contracts from Baha Mar, former President of the Court of Appeal Dame Joan Sawyer insisted there is no way the Cabinet minister can justify his actions, which she sees as an alleged breach of the Prevention of Bribery Act.

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Fitzgerald mother handed NIB deal

THE National Insurance Board (NIB) sought simultaneously to make a company owned by a Cabinet Minister’s mother the ‘broker of record’ for both its group health and property insurance business less than two months after the 2012 general election.


rawbahamian 5 years, 2 months ago

Sir Tiefs alot's political career was outta the water before the last election, so duhhhhh ! He who wants all, ends up with ...


jackbnimble 5 years, 2 months ago

Isn't this a repeat of what he said after the PLP lost the last general election?

Technically it sounds true on paper but we know how this goes. He stays in the background for Board appointments and big fat contracts like Valentine Grimes and Darrel Rolle.

Let put this way. For the cronies, politics NEVER ends.


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