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WHY ARE PLPS GETTING INVOLVED IN THE WTO ARGUMENTS? RESTATEMENT FROM THE PLP ON WTO PLPS ADVISED STAY OUT OF THE WTO ARGUMENTS

On Majority Rule Day 10 January about 50 demonstrators organized a noisy, energetic march to stop the Government’s move toward joining the World Tarde Organization.  The problem is the issue is being polluted by the FNM/PLP divide. This is not a PLP fight.  The Government has made a decision.  They are following a process which […]

Mitchell Addresses Women’s Branch On WTO

For Immediate Release 16th December 2018 PLP spokesman on international trade, Senator Fred Mitchell, addressed the New Providence Women’s Branch of the PLP on the implications of WTO on Sunday, 16th December 2018. Highlights of the presentation are as follows: 1947…General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) 1995…GATT was replaced by the World Trade Organization […]

GRAND BAHAMA BUS CHAOS (Deidre Martin loses the contract)

Deidre Martin is the widow of deceased Stalwart Councilor John Martin. She had a contract to bus children to school in Grand Bahama.  The contract one of many throughout the island of Grand Bahama was a five year contract, so done because the banks needed a longer term than three years for the amortization of […]

BELINDA ALWAYS GETS HER WAY

Philip Davis, the Leader of the Opposition held his monthly press conference on Tuesday 8th January, at Gambier House, the PLP’s Headquarters. He pointed out that the Prime Minister Hubert Minnis has been strangely and inexplicably intervening to overrule Ministers on their decisions within their portfolios.  The example that he gave was the recent opening […]