August 26, 2022
FNM leader Michael Pintard.
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SIX months after the deadline for financial disclosures by parliamentarians had passed, Free National Movement leader Michael Pintard said he is “not surprised” that the list of those who failed to disclose has still not been revealed.
FREE National Movement leader Michael Pintard fired former Bahamas Information Services Director Kevin Harris as his personal assistant after Mr Harris refused to resign.
PRIME Minister Philip “Brave” Davis last night said Education Minister Glenys Hanna Martin did not violate the Ministerial Code when she expressed opposing views to the Royal Caribbean project approved by the government.
FREE National Movement leader Michael Pintard says the opposition intends to seek intervention from House Speaker Patricia Deveaux in light of recent actions made by Attorney General Ryan Pinder with respect to the work of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC).
FREE National Movement (FNM) leader Michael Pintard said now that the “legal hurdles” have been overcome, the party supports and calls for immediate action after a Supreme Court Justice lifted a previous injunction regarding shanty towns.
FREE National Movement leader Michael Pintard said in the absence of receipts from the Progressive Liberal Party regarding repayment to the Public Treasury for a controversial Bermuda trip last year, he cannot be sure that the figure provided by the government’s press secretary last week is true.
FREE National Movement leader Michael Pintard said the government has continued to mislead the public through public relations to give the impression that all is well with them and civil servants.
FREE National Movement leader Michael Pintard said far too many women and girls are being abused in domestic situations and that “chauvinistic” laws must be changed.
OPPOSITION Leader Michael Pintard demanded the Davis administration provide a full account of public funds submitted to Bahamas Power and Light (BPL), after the government revealed further financial assistance to the entity.
GRAND Bahama residents were anxious about the damage Hurricane Nicole would cause as many people on the island have yet to fully repair their homes three years after Hurricane Dorian.
FREE National Movement leader Michael Pintard accused the government of being “arrogant” and “hard-headed” in its approach to implementing expanded price controls.
FREE National Movement leader Michael Pintard accused the government of violating the Public Finance Management Act when it used public money to pay for Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis’ controversial trip to Bermuda.
Bahamas Power & Light (BPL) was on track to save its customers more than $54m over the 18 months to January 2022 if its controversial fuel hedging initiative was followed, a Cabinet minister was informed.
The Opposition’s leader yesterday launched an impassioned defence of the fast-track work permit process introduced by the Minnis administration, and asserted: “This was not a dismantling of Bahamianisation.”
FREE National Movement leader Michael Pintard has called on the Davis administration to be transparent and reveal the documentation that shows who paid for Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis’ recent trip to Bermuda.
FREE National Movement leader Michael Pintard criticised Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis’ national address as full of “tremendous promises”, but lacking specifics on how the government will address serious issues such as crime and financing big commitments.
THE Free National Movement intends to take legal action against the Davis administration to initiate a judicial review targeting the government’s failure to follow the Public Procurement Act.
FREE National Movement leader Michael Pintard yesterday shot back at the Davis administration after it accused the opposition party of being hypocritical and abandoning Abaco residents following Dorian’s passage while in office.
FREE National Movement Leader Michael Pintard was critical of Housing and Transport Minister JoBeth Coleby- Davis yesterday in the wake of controversy surrounding her ministry’s decision to demolish domes in Abaco, claiming that her “arrogance is hurting the people” that she was called to serve.
THE Free National Movement says Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis can do much more to help Bahamians deal with inflation.
OPPOSITION leader Michael Pintard has urged the government to provide Bahamians with the opportunity to purchase international bonds while they are trading low.
FREE National Movement leader Michael Pintard said Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis is “lost” on the fiscal impacts of major storms, labelling him “misinformed” on how these natural disasters affected the national debt.