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Heroes of Zimbabwe

It is a pity that Zimbabweans said that they are celebrating Zimbabwe heroes and defence forces days recently.

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Young liberals accuse govt over road project

Young liberals accuse govt over road project THE Progressive Young Liberals accused the government yesterday of mismanaging the New Providence Infrastructure Improvement Project, and said the additional money allotted to the scheme could have been used

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Brave Davis and his conflict of interest

EDITOR, The Tribune. The response of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) deputy leader; Mr Philip "Brave" Davis to the question of conflict of interest in relations to his law firm's connection to the Bahamas Petroleum Company (BPC), instigates more ques

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PLP is at a crossroads

While Sir Lynden was the foremost leader in Bahamian history, the Progressive Liberal Party is not the party of Sir Lynden, nor is it the party of any one man. Instead, it is a party emboldened by an idea of a grand experiment promoting the social and economic well-being of all Bahamians. Beneath the rubbles of our defeat is an ascending philosophy inscribed of ordinary duties inherited by the common interest we share with our founders.

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Happy Emancipation Day!

SLAVERY is the most dehumanising institution devised by humankind; said to be the worse Holocaust ever. Millions died as a direct result of it and countless others indirectly. It cannot be rationalised and for it there can never be any humane justification. It was downright evil.

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Sears won't run until PLP changes

FORMER Attorney General Alfred Sears said if given one, he will refuse a nomination for a leadership post at the Progressive Liberal Party’s convention, noting unless the opposition party undertakes a radical, “fundamental internal transformation” it

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Economic emancipation of The Bahamas

I hope one day our country can produce leaders who can inspire the minds of Bahamians and awaken their consciousness of its responsibility to the economic liberation of our country.

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No suspension for Rollins: PM intervenes to prevent punishment

THE Progressive Liberal Party last night voted not to suspend Fort Charlotte MP Dr Andre Rollins after an intervention by Prime Minister Perry Christie.

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Davis: I was in worse condition than I thought

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party leader Philip “Brave” Davis said his condition due to COVID-19 was a lot worse than he knew, revealing his oxygen had fallen to a “precarious level”.

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Reverence for Pindling by the PLP

The Progressive Liberal Party government in its current tenure had several main goals it had set out to accomplish after winning the election: (1) Implement VAT, which will crush the poor and needy; (2) regulate the numbers industry, which will benefit the wealthy numbers men and their cronies; (3) pass the stem cells legislation, which is to the benefit of billionaire Peter Nygard; and (4) find more ways to idolize the country’s first PM, Sir Lynden O Pindling.

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Call for liberal immigration rules to revive Freeport

FREEPORT is ideally poised to promote itself as location for arbitration and alternative dispute resolution according to well-known QC Fred Smith, who argues further that a more liberal immigration policy could “catapult the Bahamas forward” and provide business opportunities across several sectors.

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YOUR SAY: 'New horizons' ahead for reformed PLP party

OUR party has entered an era of historic responsibility requiring us to retool, reshape, and transform to preserve the fabric of our democratic tenets. That responsibility begins with renewing our social and economic contract with the Bahamian people

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YOUR SAY: The Way Forward, Part 1

THE defeat of the Progressive Liberal Party by the Free National Movement in the general elections on May 10, 2017, ironically, provides a watershed opportunity for the oldest political party in The Bahamas to reflect, refresh and rebound.The dramat

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Majority Rule, let's celebrate

“Majority Rule was a singular moment of liberation for all of us. January 10, 1967 was and shall forever remain one of the truly transformative events not only in Bahamian history but in the development of the psyche of the Bahamian people.” (Prime Minister Perry Christie)

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PETER YOUNG: The man to deliver Brexit or is Boris just full of flashy hogwash?

In last week’s column, I surmised that Britain was in for an autumn of political disruption over Brexit. The nation has been overwhelmed by this thorniest of issues that has provoked deep divisions and the resulting uncertainty and instability could become even worse.

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Georgia win for Warnock

As a black Bahamian male, I should be euphoric over the Rev Dr Raphael Warnock’s historic victory for the Senate seat in the State of Georgia, over the Republican incumbent billionaire Kelly Loeffler.

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Dr Nottage 'resting comfortably' after health concerns

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Chairman Bradley Roberts confirmed on Friday that National Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage was "resting comfortably" after his performance at Thursday's Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) campaign rally at R M Bailey Park raised concerns for his health.

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Davis: No talks with Bimini MP

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party leader Philip “Brave” Davis said yesterday he has had no discussions with West Grand Bahama and Bimini MP Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe about her joining the PLP.

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Mitchell disappointed by lack of PLPs at court for Dorsett appearance

WHEN Former Environment Minister Kenred Dorsett was arraigned on bribery and extortion charges Thursday, few supporters of the Progressive Liberal Party were there to rally behind him, a fact that Senator Fred Mitchell regretted in a meeting of the PLP's liberal caucus Thursday evening.

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PLP convention may face another delay

THE Progressive Liberal Party’s convention may be postponed again, party leaders suggested yesterday.

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