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LEADER of the Opposition Michael Pintard.

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PM ‘not telling full story’ on BPL subsidy millions

The Opposition’s leader yesterday accused the Prime Minister of “not telling the full story” after the latter confirmed the Government is “spending millions each month” to minimise electricity costs for households and businesses.

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Pintard: FNM will not tolerate aggression

FREE National Movement leader Michael Pintard said his party will not tolerate “blatant disrespect” or any other form of aggression after a Free National Movement Meritorious Council Member was assaulted by another party member at a meeting earlier this week.

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Call for ‘proper assessment’ of who is still in need

FREE National Movement leader Michael Pintard wants a “proper assessment” of who in the country is still “food insecure” and needs the aid of social assistance programmes.

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‘No further hiccups’ over Lucayan deal

The Opposition’s leader last night voiced concern that “there are no further hiccups” with the proposed Grand Lucayan sale with the extension to the buyer’s 60-day due diligence period set to expire this week.

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Pintard denies the FNM ‘did nothing’

OPPOSITION leader Michael Pintard says it’s untrue that the former Free National Movement administration did nothing to contribute to the National Development Plan.

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Pintard warns BPL fuel subsidy plan ‘not lawful’

The Opposition’s leader last night said it would be illegal for the Government to directly subsidise Bahamas Power & Light’s (BPL) fuel costs after a Cabinet minister reiterated this is the only way to prevent higher electricity costs.

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Why the secrecy on police settlements?

FREE National Movement leader Michael Pintard has called on the government to disclose the details of a lawsuit settlement concluded with two senior police officers, including the rationale behind the move.

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Pintard asks Brave to explain duty cut

OPPOSITION leader Michael Pintard has called on government to explain its rationale for removing the ten percent duty on pleasure sailing craft.


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