Davis hits back

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February 27, 2020

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis’ attack on the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) during a rally on Tuesday night was nothing but a “sad and painful” distraction from his government’s failures, PLP Leader Philip Brave Davis said yesterday. Minnis used the ongoing saga over a lawsuit alleging Peter Nygard engaged in illicit acts with underage Bahamian girls and the former Lyford Cay residents’ previous interactions with the PLP to make a case as to why the official opposition should be kept out of office. “For a prime minister who commands a huge parliamentary majority to advance any policy or piece of legislation he wishes and whose government has borrowed billions of dollars in three short years, it was sad and quite frankly painful to see him struggle as he used one distraction after another to deflect the nation from his failed administration,” Davis said in a statement.

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News date : 02/27/2020    Category : About Bahamians, Disputes, Politics, Nassau Guardian Stories

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