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MARKING THE NASSAU ACCORD’S 30TH ANNIVERSARY

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viagra sales cialis times;”>Prime Minister Perry Christie at centre with Alfred Sears Q C far left and Harrison Thomson, buy cialis purchase Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Tourism. 

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Prime Minister Perry Christie greets the widow of Sir Lynden Pindling now Governor General Dame Marguerite Pindling 

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Alfred Sears Q C with the Soweto Choir 

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Photo of Alfred Sears Q C,  Monique Pindling, daughter of Sir Lynden Pindling and Prime Minister Perry Christie 

Prime Minister Perry Christie joined Alfred Sears Q C, the organizer locally of the Caribbean Music Festival on Thursday 29th October to mark  the 30th anniversary of the Nassau Accord.  This was an accord which came out of the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in Nassau in 1985 which saw the Commonwealth determined to apply maximum pressure to the apartheid South African regime and ensure that Nelson Mandela would be freed.  Prime Minister Lynden Pindling was the Chair of the conference.  Dame Marguerite Pindling joined the observances in Rawson Square as did the South African High Commissioner to The Bahamas Mathu Theda  Joyini and a choir all the way from Soweto.  The photos are by Peter Ramsay of the Bahamas Information Services.