Turnquest: Follow FNM constitution if McAlpine not wanted

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August 07, 2019

Following calls from the Free National Movement’s (FNM) Pineridge Constituency Association for the resignation of outspoken Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine, Deputy Prime Minister and East Grand Bahama MP Peter Turnquest said if the association is serious it would look to the party’s constitution to set that in motion.

Chairman of the association Vernet Munnings told the Tribune that a resignation from the MP would be in the best interests of the constituency, claiming that McAlpine does nothing for that area and insisting that it is unlikely that he will receive the nomination again.

Speaking to the matter outside Cabinet yesterday, Turnquest said, “The party has a constitution which we are governed by.

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News date : 08/07/2019    Category : Politics, Nassau Guardian Stories

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