December 1, 2017
FNM chairman Carl Culmer.
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DECLARING that the Free National Movement needs to move forward from public fighting, party chairman Carl Culmer said he was prepared to fly to Grand Bahama to personally meet with FNM MP Frederick McAlpine, seemingly extending an olive branch to settle grievances.
THE public war of words between Free National Movement Chairman Carl Culmer and Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine has portrayed the party as one shrouded by “division,” making it easier for the public to withdraw its support for the government, former FNM Cabinet minister Frank Watson told The Tribune yesterday.
THE Free National Movement has dismissed Wednesday’s protest march as a Progressive Liberal Party event, calling it disorganised and small.
FREE National Movement chairman Carl Culmer has highlighted the country’s shrinking deficit as proof the Minnis administration is delivering on its promise of fiscal responsibility. “In 2017 we made a promise to the Bahamian people to get the govern
The FNM will host a conclave on November 2 featuring parliamentarians, senators and constituency association executives.
DESPITE its constitutional rule mandating conventions be held every two years, the Free National Movement will not convene a session until mid-2019.Free National Movement Chairman Carl Culmer confirmed this yesterday, adding the approval to put on th
A ROW has erupted over the cancellation of the Free National Movement’s monthly council meeting, according to a letter obtained by The Tribune.The open letter was reportedly sent to FNM chairman Carl Culmer by national deputy chairman Brad McPhee, wh
PLP Chairman Fred Mitchell has labelled his counterpart in the Free National Movement an “Uncle Tom,” condemning Mr Culmer for accusing the PLP of oppressing generations of black Bahamians through its political ploys and practices.In the statement, M
THE Progressive Liberal Party’s plan to form a review panel on legal marijuana use was met with scepticism by Free National Movement Chairman Carl Culmer, who said the proposal is evidence of the party’s “neglect” of the Bahamian people when last in
FREE National Movement Chairman Carl Culmer said his party will not be moved by the possibility of a political alliance between web shops and the Progressive Liberal Party.
FREE National Movement Chairman Carl Culmer touted the Minnis administration’s efforts on job creation yesterday, including the controversial Oban Energies oil refinery for Grand Bahama, saying the party will not let the “lies and political attacks”
FREE National Movement Chairman Carl Culmer has urged Progressive Liberal Party Leader Philip “Brave” Davis to “come clean” and give a full disclosure to the public of every contract handed out when he served as Minister of Works.
FREE National Movement Chairman Carl Culmer Sr has lashed out at the Progressive Liberal Party, accusing the opposition of campaigning against the country’s progress.
FREE National Movement Chairman Carl Culmer has blasted Progressive Liberal Party Leader Philip “Brave” Davis, Chairman Fred Mitchell and South Andros MP Picewell Forbes for their recent critiques of the Minnis administration.In a statement released
FREE National Movement (FNM) Chairman Carl Culmer said yesteday the Minnis administration will work hard in the coming months to improve the economy in impoverished areas after spending its first seven months in office fixing problems left by the for
FREE National Movement (FNM) Chairman Carl Culmer has accused Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Deputy Leader Chester Cooper of “downplaying” Standard & Poor’s (S&P) latest decision to uphold the country’s sovereign credit rating.
THE Minnis administration is not expected to publicly acknowledge those “irresponsible” remarks put forward by Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Carl Culmer on illegal immigrants last week.
FREE National Movement (FNM) Chairman Carl Culmer yesterday accused the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) of “attacking the FNM” because the party has “nothing to offer” and refuses to admit its members failed while in office. In a statement, Mr Culme
THE Grand Bahama (Port Area) Tax Exemptions Bill will create “additional jobs” for Grand Bahamians as well as well as “remove stumbling blocks for local businesses,” according to Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Carl Culmer. Mr Culmer said the