Within days of this new FNM administration, you will see Fred Smith Q C moving to reverse five years of protection for Bahamians in immigration policy. He will get the FNM to reverse the ban on Bruno Rufa, a former resident of Freeport, who is not now allowed to enter The Bahamas except by special […]
Dion Smith, BAIC Chair, with his Attorney Wayne Munroe Q C Where was that jackass Fred Smith Q C when Dion Smith and 9 staff members of the Bahamas Agricultural Industrial Corporation were arrested because a TV and a hard drive were missing from the Corporation since the general election on 10 May. Later they […]
Statement from Philip Brave Davis MP Leader ad interim Progressive Liberal Party On Arrest Of BAIC Staff 18 May 2017 For Immediate Release The PLP is concerned about the manner and treatment of the 9 members of the Bahamas Agricultural Industrial Corporation staff by the police on Tuesday 16 May who all worked with the last Chairman of the […]
He got a welcome fit for a king Donald Trump, the President of the United States did as he landed in Saudi Arabia. He is in good company. This is a place that beheads people, lashes women, restricts them from driving, a dictatorship in splendour. Mr. Trump likes that sort of thing. Meanwhile at home […]
We think people mean well and all that but we bet the former candidates who are PLP and who lost are probably sick of it all by now. Everyone is walking up to them saying how sorry they are, why we lost and what we could have done. How it’s all Mr. Christie’s fault and […]
THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS (15 – 19 MAY 2017) COMMENTARY BY ELCOTT G. COLEBY Thirteen substantive and three State Ministers sworn in As Prime Minister Minnis continues the process of assembling his cabinet, sixteen substantive and state ministers were sworn in at Government House on the evening of Monday, 15th May 2017 by Her […]
Nassau MINISTER HENFIELD BRIEFS FOREIGN AFFAIRS SENIOR STAFF – The Honourable Darren Henfield, Minister of Foreign Affairs met with senior staff at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Wednesday, 17th May at Ministry Headquarters in the Goodman’s Bay Corporate Centre. The Minister discussed the ongoing work of all Ministry sections and briefed the senior staff members […]
On the day that the instruments of appointment for Leader of the Opposition were given 19 May: Philip Davis, Leader of the Opposition, greets Archbishop Drexel Gomez, Governor General Dame Marguerite Pindling greets Dr. Perry Gomez and former Fox Hill MP is at the door. The former Prime Minister Perry Christie with Mrs. Anne Davis, […]
Following the appointment of instruments by the Governor General Dame Marguerite Pindling on Friday 19 May at Government House, the Leader of the Opposition Philip Davis posed with some of his Parliamentary colleagues Chester Cooper MP and Picewell Forbes MP.
You may see here the video of the Fox Hill Branch meeting Thursday 18 May where Fred Mitchell fires up the troops.
The former Prime Minister Perry Christie resigned his office as Leader of the PLP on Monday 15 May with immediate effect. He said as he left the following: “Mr. National Chairman, Fellow Councillors: Having said what I have, I come now to this: I accept full responsibility for our Party’s defeat in the General Election […]
ADDRESS BY THE RT. HON. PERRY G. CHRISTIE TO THE NATIONAL GENERAL COUNCIL OF THE PROGRESSIVE LIBERAL PARTY May 15th, 2017 Stalwart Councillors, Mr. National Chairman and Party Officers, Members of the National General Council, Ladies & Gentlemen: I began my life in politics way back in the early 1960’s when I became […]
All is not lost it seems. On Wednesday 17 May, these three PLP candidates, having lost the races in their constituencies, showed up at PLP HQ from left Kenred Dorsett (Southern Shores), Wayne Munroe (Freetown) and Michael Halkitas (Golden Isles)
Prominent figures formerly seen with the old PM now with the new.
If Peter Turnquest, the new Deputy Prime Minister wishes to celebrate and give thanks, we are sure the Rector of his church would be happy to have a dedicated service to that effect. However, you commandeer the regular morning service to give thanks for an FNM victory. That is out of line and inappropriate.
(Tribune photo) Philip Edward Brave Davis is the new Leader of the PLP and the new Leader of the Opposition. He was presented with his instruments of appointment on Friday 19 May. You may click here for the Leader’s full statement.
REMARKS OF PHILIP BRAVE DAVIS MP AT SWEARING-IN AS LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION GOVERNMENT HOUSE NASSAU, BAHAMAS May 19th, 2017 You’re Excellency: As in all things I give thanks, firstly, to Almighty God for all His many blessings. I declare that I repose my faith and confidence in Him as I assume the […]
Desmond Bannister was supposed to be the Minister of Works. He didn’t show up to be sworn in with the rest of the crew so the question was where the hell was he? All during the campaign, they were suggesting that since he was looking like death warmed over that he would not be able […]
The Fox Hill Branch of the PLP is led by their former MP Fred Mitchell and the Leader of the PLP Philip Davis in the singing of the anthem Bind Us Together at the monthly branch meeting of the PLP in Fox Hill at Sandilands Primary School on Thursday 18 May.
One of the commentators on Facebook after the general election made what we thought was a really stupid comment. He used to be a commentator on Guardian radio and his contract with them was terminated, now we see why. He claimed that it was Friday night and Fred Mitchell was not in Pier One in […]
It hasn’t been a week yet and the FNM majority in the House of Assembly is showing signs of wear and tear. Trust one of Fred Smith’s crazies Adrian Gibson, the rookie MP from Long Island, to be the first to burst the bubble. He said that he was disappointed that the Prime Minister did […]