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FORMER Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis.

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Ex-PM: 'Grave mistake' on $86m hospital funds

A former prime minister is charging that the Government made "a grave mistake" by returning more than $86m in low-cost financing for Princess Margaret Hospital's (PMH) expansion to the original lender.

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Ex-PM: Royal Caribbean’s PI deal ‘watering down’ GB

Dr Hubert Minnis says he will be “watching very closely” to see who gains the contract to ferry Royal Caribbean’s passengers to a Paradise Island project he would have approved only when the cruise line closed in Freeport.

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Former PM: ‘We are on the frontlines’ of Haiti crisis

FORMER Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said yesterday there must be “vigorous” and “resolute” efforts in safeguarding The Bahamas, adding illegal immigration is still a major issue that needs to be tackled.

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Minnis: Gov’t is ‘penny wise, pound foolish’ on health VAT

An ex-prime minister yesterday accused the Government of being “penny wise and pound foolish” over the imminent change in VAT treatment of health insurance claims payments.

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Minnis: We have an immigration crisis

FORMER Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday urged the Davis administration to get a grip on illegal immigration, saying “we are now experiencing an immigration crisis”.

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‘Difficult decisions’ must be made, warns Minnis

FORMER Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday warned that the Davis administration will have to make some difficult decisions with the Bahamian public in mind, just as he did during the pandemic two years ago with regard to the depleted state of the NIB fund.

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Minnis blames Christie Gov’t for Oban debacle

Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday sought to blame the last Christie administration’s failure to conduct “proper due diligence” for the $5.5bn Oban oil refinery debacle, while admitting that his government “took the hit”.

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Minnis: Gibson is innocent until proven otherwise

FORMER Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said yesterday “a man is innocent until proven otherwise” as many in the country wait to learn what will be the next political steps of Long Island MP Adrian Gibson.

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‘Embassy’s spending followed protocol’

FORMER Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis and former Foreign Affairs Minister Darren Henfield were at odds yesterday over spending that took place under their administration to furnish and decorate an ambassador’s residence in Brussels, Belgium.


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