October 3, 2019
ENGLERSTON MP Glenys Hanna Martin. (File photo)
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A FORMER Cabinet minister has urged Social Services Minister Frankie Campbell to move with haste to remove all those involved in the “abhorrent and cruel” beating of children at an emergency care home.
ENGLERSTON MP Glenys Hanna Martin says she will “fight to the death” any attempt by the government to implement a citizenship by investment policy.
MEMBER of Parliament for Englerston Glenys Hanna-Martin has raised alarm about the state of emergency runway lights at the airport in Acklins and called for the repair of all non-functioning emergency lights nationwide.
ENGLERSTON MP Glenys Hanna Martin said there has to be a “transparent accountability process” as it relates to investigations where officers are accused of breaking the law.
ENGLERSTON MP Glenys Hanna-Martin wants National Security Minister Marvin Dames to explain why it took three days for authorities to confirm that a police involved killing happened last Friday.
HOUSE Speaker Halson Moultrie had another tense clash with opposition members in the House of Assembly yesterday after he backpedalled on his order not to allow Englerston MP Glenys Hanna Martin into Parliament.
THE Ministry of Health criticised Englerston MP Glenys Hanna Martin’s “insensitive” and “reckless” claims that the bodies of Hurricane Dorian victims in Abaco are creating a “stench” because the container in which they are stored is not cooling adequ
MP for Englerston, Glenys Hanna Martin is calling for the “dignified and respectful” removal of bodies which were stored after Hurricane Dorian.
ENGLERSTON MP Glenys Hanna Martin criticised the amount of time it took for National Security Minister Marvin Dames to respond to the viral police beating videos. In a statement yesterday, Mrs Hanna Martin called the “lapse in response” unacceptable
ENGLERSTON MP Glenys Hanna Martin yesterday chastised the government for scrapping a $5m welfare reform project “without just cause”, calling it proof the government is more committed to “gimmicks” and “politically sexy” interventions than alleviating human suffering.
Technology “glitches” and a surge in applications were yesterday blamed for the driver’s licence “backlog” that some sources yesterday suggested could last for another four weeks. Antoinette Thompson, permanent secretary at the Ministry of Transport
ENGLERSTON MP Glenys Hanna Martin is concerned about rising tensions between Bahamians and Haitians following Hurricane Dorian, saying yesterday the government’s commentary on immigration matters has done nothing to ease the tensions.