June 27, 2017
PLP Chairman Fred Mitchell.
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PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Chairman Fred Mitchell yesterday accused the government of attempting to “flood the country with workers from outside the country and undercut the market for young Bahamians” with the introduction of the Commercial Enterprises Bill.
PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Chairman Fred Mitchell yesterday accused the government of attempting to "flood the country with workers from outside the country and undercut the market for young Bahamians" with the introduction of the Commercial Enterprises Bill.
MEMBERS of the Progressive Liberal Party expressed doubt over claims by Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis that he did not see or sign off on matters in a gazetted document that he dismissed as “fake news” over the weekend.
PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Chairman Fred Mitchell yesterday criticised Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance K Peter Turnquest for suggesting that recent comments from the PLP regarding the Commercial Enterprises Bill could ruin the Bahamas’ international reputation with investors.
PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Chairman Fred Mitchell yesterday raised concern over the recent termination trend in the public sector, insisting the Minnis administration has actively been “chipping away” at the country’s labour force in the civil service
PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Chairman Fred Mitchell criticised Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday for “touring the country in a victory lap” and “having a good time” while those who voted for him “are suffering from unemployment, hunger and depri
FORMER Foreign Affairs Minister Senator Fred Mitchell is being drafted to compete in the chairmanship race at the Progressive Liberal Party’s national convention next week, with sources in the party saying it is likely he will be nominated on the flo
SENATOR Fred Mitchell is urging a group of recalled diplomats to take legal action against the government in pursuit of money allegedly owed to them.
IN the wake of calls from Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis for the Progressive Liberal Party to say “sorry” for the actions of the Christie administration, PLP Senator Fred Mitchell is adamant the only apology he will offer is to former Prime Ministe
WHEN Former Environment Minister Kenred Dorsett was arraigned on bribery and extortion charges Thursday, few supporters of the Progressive Liberal Party were there to rally behind him, a fact that Senator Fred Mitchell regretted in a meeting of the PLP's liberal caucus Thursday evening.
MEMBERS of the Official Opposition have accused the Minnis administration of triggering Moody’s looming review of this country’s credit rating with damaging rhetoric, saying the actions and words of the current government prompted the threat of a new
OPPOSITION Senator Fred Mitchell yesterday dismissed former Baha Mar developer Sarkis Izmirlian’s call for a moratorium on the mega-resort’s sale as the behaviour of a “spoil sport”.