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September 17, 2015
Wayne Munroe's wrongheaded notion

A friend recalls a recent visit to the workshop of a government agency on a workday between 11 a.m. and noon. What he saw and describes is symptomatic of the dire state of the country and the collapse of basic order in numerous areas of political and national life.

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October 22, 2014
Collective responsibility: The Bahamas' prime minister is not chief executive

Without language, we cannot conceive, understand and communicate ideas and values. It is important that we get our language right. We often get our language and our thinking muddled and just plain wrong in constitutional matters.
Proper language and terminology communicate concepts and principles. In medicine and science, getting concepts and language wrong may be a matter of life and death. Getti...

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May 12, 2012
Christie Cabinet complete

Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday defended the large size of his newly formed Cabinet, claiming the challenges confronting the nation warrant as many hands on deck as possible.
Government yesterday announced the final Cabinet appointments of 11 ministers, pushing the number of posts in Christie's Cabinet to 21 (16 ministers and five ministers of state). Three parliamentary secretaries have a...

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July 29, 2014
Cabinet considering expanded 'economic residency' program

A proposal for the government to implement a "transparent, rules-based, economic permanent residency program" is currently before Cabinet for consideration for approval, but no alterations concerning the terms of eligibility for citizenship are at issue, the minister of financial services has disclosed.
Ryan Pinder said the intention of the program would be to provide a framework to offer greater ...

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August 14, 2015
Cabinet ministers and conflicts of interest

Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson wants an apology from Darron Cash after the former Free National Movement (FNM) chairman accused of her of multiple conflicts of interest in relation to the Baha Mar development.

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February 18, 2015
Man who murdered Cabinet Minister has sentence cut

THE Court of Appeal has reduced the life sentence of the man convicted of murdering a Free National Movement Cabinet minister, a decision that came 18 years after Charles "Chuck" Virgil's death.

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May 20, 2016
FNM leader would not hold Cabinet post as prime minister

FNM LEADER Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday declared that he would not take a cabinet post if he became the next Prime Minister, instead serving only as the "CEO" of the executive body.

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June 25, 2011
Skeebo Roberts Ward Minnis reunite on Dundas stage for Cabinet encore

Ten years after stealing scenes in Sam Boodle's The Landlord, Ward Minnis and Anthony 'Skeebo' Roberts are returning to the

Dundas stage this weekend with twice the laughs in The Cabinet, a play that has been called the biggest comedy to hit the

stage so far for 2011.
"We just got back from Freeport with the play at the Regency," says Minnis, who in addition to playing one of the lead characte...

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New Bahamas Cabinet Highly Competitive with Caribbean Counterparts
May 14, 2012
New Bahamas Cabinet Highly Competitive with Caribbean Counterparts

The Honorable Perry Christie newly elected Prime Minister of the Bahamas has announced the members of his new Cabinet. The Prime Minister seems to have done a good job of selecting an impressive team of Ministers. A review by the Council of Concerned Bahamians Abroad (CBA) finds that this new Cabinet and executive branch of government in the Bahamas is competitive with the best Cabinets in the Eng...

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May 26, 2011
Veteran Actor/Director Anthony 'Skeebo' Roberts Joins Cast of The Cabinet For Freeport Premiere

Freeport,
Grand Bahama - With the formation of new political parties, familiar
political faces and the nation already caught up in new political
campaigns, the latest political play

The Cabinet has decided to change constituencies and take the laughs to Grand Bahama after a successful run in New Providence.

Set
to premiere at 8pm at the Regency Theatre this weekend (May 27 and May
28, 2011)...

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