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August 19, 2020 Today I received test results confirming I have COVID-19. I am currently hospitalized in New Providence. I thank the medical staff for their skilled and detailed care of me and all the Bahamians battling this illness. Please keep me and all those in our country afflicted with COVID-19 in your prayers.
“ They call him the watchman, because he likes to watch man”— Henry Claude Last week the Progressive Liberal Party again put out a note warning its members about wolves in sheep’s clothing who disguise themselves on FB, Instagram and What’s App. There are about five people led by someone who calls himself after a […]
Senator Fred Mitchell meeting with community leaders in Freeport 10 June 2020.
The PLP At Lakeview Memorial Cemetery to mark the 20th anniversary of the passing of Sir Randal Fawkes. Present were Leader Philip Davis, Chairman Fred Mitchell, Deputy Leader Chester Cooper and Secretary General Barbara Cartwright. The Fawkes Family was represented by his daughter Rosalie, sons Francis and David. The services were joined by Bernard Evans, […]
Senator Fred Mitchell speaking with the press on Tuesday 2nd June 2020 said that the Government of The Bahamas has no foreign policy save whatever the United States says. The releases from The Bahamas Government on the crisis now unfolding in the United States with the murder of the black man by police in Minneapolis, […]
12 May 2020 The Progressive Liberal Party releases for general information the note sent by the party to the Minister of Foreign Affairs: Minister: I wish to copy you the excerpt from the statement of the Leader of the Opposition on Sunday 10 May 2020:“We also ask the Government to explain how the Consul General […]
Dr. Duane Sands was hanging on by a thread. The PLP needed one last thrust to push him over the edge. The party turned to its young warriors Justin Smith, Senator Jobeth Colby Davis and National Vice Chair Holly Barratt. They did it. Three appearances on Jones Communication and by night fall Dr. Sands was […]
The Progressive Liberal Party has gone over the list of police promotions to see if anyone with sympathies to the progressive cause were included on the list. So far not one. If anyone can tell us of one, please let us know. The promotions were announced on 28 April 2020. One PLP officer was told […]
Dear Editor, It is sad when intelligent PLPs like Alfred Sears and Khaalis Rolle find themselves seemingly singing from the FNM’s dreadful hymn book on fiscal and investment policy – a chorus that has brought this country untold harm. While any sensible observer must agree with Rolle that the COVID-19 crisis underlines the need for […]
STATEMENT BY LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION THE HON. PHILIP BRAVE DAVIS MP, QC MONTHLY PRESS CONFERENCE PLP HEADQUARTERS TUESDAY, 11TH DECEMBER 2018 INTRODUCTION A pleasant good morning to all. Thank you media, supporters, those tuning in via the internet and a special hello to the great and resilient people of Cat Island, Rum Cay […]
The Minister of National Security Marvin Dames is hapless and hopeless. He must go. The Ferguson family of Captain Byron Ferguson missing at sea on a plane crash that happened on 8 November in the late hours of the evening has started a petition for Mr. Dames to go. Please sign it. Can you help […]
From The Chairman of The PLP On The Resolution to Lease Premises from Brent Symonette For Immediate Release 17 October 2018 The Government now proposes to feather the nest of the Minister for Immigration with the proposed lease for five years of the Town Centre Mall for temporary quarters for the Post Office. What a […]
The Progressive Liberal Party’s Chairman Senator Fred Mitchell announced last week a module for aspirants candidates of the PLP. This week he announced that the module may be of general public interest and so it more generally available for the member of the public. Here is the announcement and course outline: Module For Aspirant Applicants […]
From The Office Of Chairman of The Progressive Liberal Party On The Anniversary Of The Sinking of HMBS Flamingo 10 May 1980 For Immediate Release 10 May 2018 Today the PLP joins with the nation in remembering the sacrifice made by four young men on the open seas near Ragged Island on 10 May […]
2 March 2018
Caricom’s Marijuana Commission meeting in Nassau 5 January Holy Trinity Hall The following statement is issued from the Office of the Chairman of the PLP in answer to a question posed by The Tribune but is made generally available: Question: Does the PLP have a position on legalization of marijuana Mr Mitchell? Or is it […]
Remarks by The Hon Philip Davis QC MP Church Service Marking 64th Anniversary of the PLP Faith United Missionary Baptist Church Faith United Way Nassau, The Bahamas Check Against Delivery Reverend William Thompson and Mrs. Thompson, other Reverend gentlemen and ladies, Deputy Leader Chester Cooper MP, Chairman Senator Fred Mitchell, Parliamentary colleagues, Party Officers and […]
Picture of how they treated slaves and how Ken Dorsett, former Minister, is now being treated as he was taken to court last week. Many people around the country are predicting that Hubert Minnis and his FNM Government will not stop with their political witch hunt until and unless there is a riot in this […]
The PLP ought to be congratulated for the turnout at the Labour Day parade on 2nd June in Nassau. There was gold as far as the eye could see. The party needs to remember that 60,000 people voted for the PLP. The PLP’s leaders have to speak up for them. The PLP’s young people who […]
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.
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)
The family is sitting in their home which they bought in the boom years from 1998 to 2007. The expansion of the Bahamian economy, allowed the workers who took jobs at Atlantis to buy new homes. They got two mortgages. Many could not make the down payment requirements. The banks offered them a loan for […]