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COMMENTARY BY BAHAMAS SCOOP

COMMENTARY BY BAHAMAS SCOOP SOME UNSOLITICTED ADVICE FOR PM MINNIS: THE NEW POLICE ANTI-CORRUPTION UNIT I thought the Royal Bahamas Police Force already had an anti-corruption squad that investigated what is commonly referred to as ‘white collar crime’ but Prime Minister Minnis ordered the establishment of another unit to investigate fraud and corruption. Let us […]

COMMENTARY BY EDITOR, THE BAHAMAS SCOOP

I watched with keen interest the debate of the Attorney General the Hon. Carl Bethel and several assertions he made were both questionable and materially inaccurate. The AG said that the PLP government went on a spending spree and spent $722 million in excess of the budget during the 2016/2017 fiscal year. This is materially […]

COMMENTARY BY ELCOTT COLEBY 16th JANUARY

The big event last week of course was the Prime Minister’s trip to China both as the chairman of CARICOM and as Bahamas Prime Minister to seek greater trade opportunities for the Bahamian people. Ministers of his delegation and others used the occasion of Parliament to update members about that trade mission and other policy […]

THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS (DEC, 15 – 19, 2014) COMMENTARY BY ELCOTT COLEBY

Mitchell addressed OAS Council Foreign Affairs Minister Hon. Fred Mitchell flew to Washington DC on Sunday to attend a series of meetings that culminated in his address to the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS) on Tuesday of this week.   The new administrative measures being taken by the government of The Bahamas to strengthen the […]

THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS (10 OCTOBER 2014) COMMENTARY BY ELCOTT COLEBY

This eventful week in The Bahamas saw the College of The Bahamas (COB) move one step closer to university status; the Clifton Pier oil spill Plan revealed; a delay in the Constitutional Bills and the fore showing of the Petroleum Act, best viagra cialis all as NIB turned 40. Government to borrow $16.18 million for […]