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Prime Minister Perry Christie.

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PM concern over division ahead of vote

PRIME Minister Perry Christie said yesterday there is a very “tenuous line” between the manifestation of “hatred” and “violence” while admonishing Bahamians that “we must all live together” after next month’s general election.

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PM says claim of son’s pay is ‘crazy’

PRIME Minister Perry Christie yesterday denied allegations printed in a local tabloid that his son was allegedly paid millions of dollars in realtor commission fees over the sale of the British Colonial Hilton Hotel to China Construction America (CCA).

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PM: It is easy to 'piss away' funds

WHILE some observers continue to criticise the Christie administration over the way it handles government revenue, Prime Minister Perry Christie admitted yesterday that it could be easy to “piss away” public funds.

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PM: Minnis has no clue about governance

PRIME Minister Perry Christie chastised Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr Hubert Minnis on Friday, claiming the Killarney MP seemed to have no clue about governance in the Bahamas or how the Ministry of Finance functions.

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PM questions FNM leader over resort criticisms

PRIME Minister Perry Christie criticise Free National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday for his recent comments on Baha Mar, questioning whether the Killarney MP understands the developments underway at the resort.

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Resolution to acquire land at Moore’s Island

PRIME Minister Perry Christie yesterday tabled in Parliament a resolution for the acquisition of more than 460 acres of land in Moore’s Island, Abaco.

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PM: We must unite to stop madness gripping our country

HOURS after the bodies of two young teens were found with gunshot wounds to the head, Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday reflected on the efficacy of his government’s anti-crime efforts as he restated his administration’s commitment to stopping the “madness that has seemed to grip our country”.

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Legal debate heard in PM’s recusal bid in Appeal Court

LEGAL arguments over Prime Minister Perry Christie’s recusal application in an ongoing judicial review involving Lyford Cay resident Peter Nygard were heard in the Court of Appeal yesterday.


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