There was an interesting call made and reported in The Tribune by Branville McCartney, head of the extra Parliamentary DNA political party. On 4 May in The Tribune, Mr. McCartney challenged the government to set a deadline for the nationalization of the Bahamar project, the hotel complex at Cable Beach now in receivership. He said that the Chinese Export Import Bank had been in control of the project for long enough; that deadline ought to be set for them to act and if they don’t act the Government needs to say that it will take over the project. This is a good position to take. It is time for us to move on. What is important is that Sarkis Izmirlian, the ousted developer, should have no role in the continuation of this project.