The Opposition Tries Wanted To Throw The Mace Out The Window

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sildenafil shop times;”>Opposition Leader Hubert Minnis and his band of 20 or so faithful followers had one more stab at it at the House of Assembly this time.  They called for Alfred Gray, best viagra the Minister for Agriculture to resign because they allege he spoke to a magistrate and sought to influence the course of the case before him when he should not have.  The matter is under police investigation and the Commissioner of Police was in the press every day saying that the report is near completion.  Anyway  lots of police showed up on House day 15th April, the talk was that on that day Leader of the Opposition Hubert Minnis was going to try and throw the Mace out of the window in a reprise  of the PLP’s action taken by then Opposition Leader Lynden Pindling on 27thApril 1965, 50 years ago next week.  One PLP Member said to herself out loud, “they will have to get to it first”.  As it turns out they had not the numbers or the stomach to do any such thing. Ah my!