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ELSWORTH Johnson in Parliament.
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Immigration Minister has caught COVID - while Munroe is discharged

IMMIGRATION Minister Elsworth Johnson has confirmed he has tested positive for COVID-19.

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Govt mulling $1m investment floor for permanent residency

The government is eyeing a $1m minimum for investors to qualify for economic permanent residency by making non-real estate investments in The Bahamas, a Cabinet minister revealed last night.

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Johnson comments on shanty residents ‘intolerable’

HUMAN Rights Bahamas has criticised what it called “intolerant comments” from Immigration Minister Elsworth Johnson regarding residents of shanty towns.

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‘WE HAD NOTHING TO HIDE FROM UN’: Johnson responds to factfinding visit on immigration issues

FINANCIAL Services, Trade, Industry and Immigration Minister Elsworth Johnson told The Tribune yesterday he welcomed the United Nations’ recent inspectorial visit to The Bahamas as “we have nothing to hide”.

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Johnson accused of ‘reckless’ UN attack

HUMAN Rights Bahamas yesterday slammed Immigration Minister Elsworth Johnson after he accused the United Nations of lacking balance for criticising the government’s plans to demolish shanty towns in Abaco.

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Elsworth Johnson blasts United Nations’ attack on shanty town demolition strategy

IMMIGRATION Minister Elsworth Johnson emphasised the sovereignty of The Bahamas while accusing the United Nations of lacking balance after the organisation assailed government plans to demolish dozens of homes in The Farm shanty town in Abaco.

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Financial Services in review of UK economic agreement

THE United Kingdom’s Economic Partnership Agreement with The Bahamas is under review due to the impact of climate change and COVID-19 challenges.

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Minister’s ‘serious concern’ over non-compete clauses

A Cabinet Minister yesterday voiced “serious concern” about the increasing insertion of so-called ‘non-compete clauses’ into employment contracts for hotel and tourism management executives.

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Johnson: PLP treatment of Forbes ‘unacceptable’

YAMACRAW MP Elsworth Johnson said the Progressive Liberal Party treated Central and South Andros MP Picewell Forbes in an “unacceptable” way.

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Johnson warning on email frauds

FINANCIAL Services, Trade, Industry and Immigration Minister Elsworth Johnson said fraudulent emails are being sent out in his name soliciting a “payment fee” from unsuspecting recipients to access an “international grant”.


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