December 6, 2017
PLP chairman Fred Mitchell.
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FORMER Immigration Minister Fred Mitchell yesterday warned the recent Supreme Court rulings concerning migrant detention will have an adverse impact on the vulnerable group as he called on the government to align themselves with the Opposition in the face of “unpatriotic” legal attacks.
PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party leader Philip “Brave” Davis made “provisions” for a morgue to be built on Cat Island during the last administration, PLP Chairman Fred Mitchell told The Tribune yesterday.However, these plans were stopped when the Minnis adm
PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Chairman Fred Mitchell yesterday suggested the Immigration Department is “perplexed” by the lack of clarity in the government’s position on the recent landmark Supreme Court ruling on Bahamas-born deportee Jean Rony Jean-Charles.
THE supposed dismissal of a high-ranking Bridge Authority executive was yesterday condemned by Progressive Liberal Party Chairman Fred Mitchell.In a statement released yesterday afternoon, Mr Mitchell said he had received confirmation the Minnis admi
THE Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) yesterday accused Baha Mar’s original developer Sarkis Izmirlian of being “vindictive” and “seeking revenge to injure the Bahamas” after it was revealed Mr Izmirlian filed a $2.25 billion damages claim against Baha Mar’s main contractor, China Construction America (CCA).
PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Fred Mitchell maintains he is in his right to critique the actions of Transport Minister Frankie Campbell, contending public officials are “subject to fair comment”.
PLP chairman, Senator Fred Mitchell yesterday fired back at claims the party was “race baiting” in its opposition to the Commercial Enterprises Bill (CEB), asserting that all race related remarks during debate on the bill has emanated from the govern