Search results for : Political Organizations

Showing 31 to 40 of 288 results


News Article

March 24, 2012
Remembering the contributions of two political giants

Dear Editor,
After the victory that ushered in majority rule, a concerted plan was set in motion to place one person at center stage and push all others off. That might have caused the early fracture in the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) after majority rule. That fracture has caused a distortion of the nation history; but if history is our guide, where do we go for guidance?
Let us go back to J...

read more »


News Article

April 29, 2012
Pinewood Young Professionals Organization Launched

Nassau, Bahamas - On
March 28 2012, The Pinewood Young Professionals Organization (PYPO) was
launched to meet the desires of young professionals with in the Pinewood
community. The launch of PYPO, has attracted residents between the ages of 18
to 40 year and to date, members includes

construction
workers, doctors, lawyers, bankers, customer service reps., and unemployed
residents.

Khaalis E...

read more »


News Article

April 30, 2012
Pinewood Young Professionals Organization (PYPO) launched

NASSAU, Bahamas -- On March 28 2012, The Pinewood Young Professionals Organization (PYPO) was launched to meet the desires of young professionals with in the Pinewood community. The launch of PYPO, has attracted residents between the ages of 18 to 40 year and to date, members includes construction workers, doctors, lawyers, bankers, customer service reps., and unemployed residents.
Khaalis E. Rol...

read more »


News Article

May 01, 2012
Pinewood Young Professionals Organization Launched

On March 28 2012, The Pinewood Young Professionals Organization (PYPO) was launched to meet the desires of young professionals with in the Pinewood community. The launch of PYPO, has attracted residents between the ages of 18 to 40 year and to date, members includes construction workers, doctors, lawyers, bankers, customer service reps., and unemployed residents.

read more »


News Article

May 11, 2012
Preliminary autopsy report on the general election

Dear Editor,

The following is my preliminary autopsy report on the May 07, 2012 general election, which resulted in the crushing defeat of the Free National Movement (FNM) party and its now deflated leader, Hubert Alexander Ingraham.
Firstly, it was a people's victory - more than one for the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP). The last five years were financially exhaustive for many of us; and scor...

read more »


News Article

May 12, 2012
The Free National Movement in the post-Ingraham era

Dear Editor,

I am not surprised at all that the Free National Movement (FNM) has been soundly defeated by the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) in the general election. The FNM was simply destroyed at the polls by the PLP. The new official opposition party was only able to win nine seats to the Progressive Liberal Party's 29. The Bahamian people have sent a clear message to the outgoing governin...

read more »


News Article

May 23, 2012
Too much credit given to Bradley Roberts for the PLP's victory

Dear Editor,

I would like to respond to a letter that was published in the May 21 edition of The Nassau Guardian. It was written by the popular radio talk show host and rabid Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) supporter Ortland H. Bodie Jr. Bodie gloated about the landslide victory of the governing PLP over the "shell-shocked" Free National Movement (FNM) on May 7.
In terms of the number of seats ...

read more »


News Article

May 24, 2012
A postmortem on the FNM's Take 5 team's election performance on Grand Bahama

Dear Editor,

Former Prime Minister and Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Hubert A. Ingraham made several strategic moves in the months leading up to the May 7 general election in an effort to stave off the political onslaught of the Progressive Liberal Party's (PLP) Gold Rush in Grand Bahama. The FNM's six candidates in the 2007 general election were able to win five of the six seats that were...

read more »


News Article

June 14, 2012
Branville McCartney caused the FNM to lose the general election

Dear Editor,

Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney recently informed the press that his party would present to the public a shadow Cabinet that would be the voice on behalf of the Bahamian people. No doubt, this shadow Cabinet will also be formed in order to keep the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) government's feet to the fire.
McCartney's recent announcement concerning ...

read more »


News Article

July 12, 2012
Prime Minister Perry Christie no longer wants Picewell Forbes in the PLP

Dear Editor,
 
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) member of Parliament for Mangrove Cay and South Andros Picewell Forbes is probably wondering why he has fallen into the bad grace of his leader Prime Minister Perry G. Christie.  Forbes, who is currently serving in his second term in the House of Assembly, has not been appointed to the Cabinet or any of the government boards.  He has be...

read more »