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Do you think the Interception of Communications Bill would help in the fight against crime?

Yes 30 votes

13.70%

No 189 votes

86.30%

219 total votes

Comments

Alex_Charles 5 months, 4 weeks ago

Hard to say, while it is technically an effective tool to fight crime, it's hard to trust this administration or this AG. They do not have the political capital leverage for this bill, it will be extremely unpopular. Also, the timing is excruciatingly poor. You had 5 flipping years to pass this if it was so important. Why have the waited until right before the election? It's too suspicious and this administration is too untrustworthy.

It's sad really.

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athlete12 5 months, 4 weeks ago

Agreed. If it's suppose to fight crime you would think the PLP would've passed it the first year in office. More importantly, how is it helping the people right now.. The Bahamas does not need a 5-10 year plan, we need impactful changes now.

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The_Oracle 5 months, 4 weeks ago

They're just following the well worn path towards tools for political persecution and totalitarian Governance, easily accomplished when you can target political opposition, enemies of the party (note I said party, not state) and anyone else you don't like. The press should be absolutely screaming and railing against this, as should every right thinking private citizen. The road they're intent on is almost impossible to come back from or survive.

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