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Exuma MP and PLP Deputy Leader Chester Cooper.

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Cooper fires back after Turnquest blames PLP

DEPUTY Prime Minister Peter Turnquest should quit deflecting blame for his administration’s bad budgeting decisions, Progressive Liberal Party Deputy Leader Chester Cooper said yesterday.Last week, the government halted its implementation of a new sl

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Cooper: Why no environment assessment yet?

EXUMA & Ragged Island MP Chester Cooper said yesterday the government must explain why it entered into a heads of agreement with Oban Energies ahead of the company submitting an environmental impact assessment and evidence of adequate funding.

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Why’s Ragged rebuild so slow?

THE situation in Ragged Island remains “absolutely critical,” Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Deputy Leader Chester Cooper charged yesterday, as he slammed the Minnis administration for its “slow” progress in his constituency months after Hurricane Irma decimated the island.

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S&P Rating ‘no cause to celebrate’

Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Deputy Leader Chester Cooper yesterday challenged the Minnis administration to “take a more proactive role” when courting investment opportunities.

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Cooper: Bill misguided

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Deputy Leader Chester Cooper has accused members of the Minnis administration of making “it up as they go along” regarding the controversial Commercial Enterprises Bill.

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Cooper concern at Bank of the Bahamas layoffs

THE level of layoffs across the country is “disconcerting,” Progressive Liberal Party Deputy Leader I. Chester Cooper said yesterday in the wake of Bank of the Bahamas announcing 30 job losses.

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Cooper: We're on a mission from God

GOD gave the the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) a mission to transform The Bahamas into the “best little country in the world,” according to PLP Deputy Leader Chester Cooper, who said the opposition party will not win the next general election without “a fight and a hell of a lot of hard work”.

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Exuma grounded by faulty fire engine

FLIGHTS from the United States to Exuma International Airport have been suspended, according to Member of Parliament for Exuma Chester Cooper who said the issue is costing the island’s economy “hundreds of millions of dollars.”


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