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Former Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette said he believes the Free National Movement (FNM) is "still a viable party" for the 2017 general election, despite the number of party members who have opted not to seek renomination or those who have ended their candidacy.
FREE National Movement Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday criticised critics of his "vote your conscience" stance on the constitutional referendum, insisting that he took this position out of respect for the intelligence and ability of the Bahamian electorate to make the proper choice.
I extend warm greetings to all as we gather at the half way mark of the calendar year 2016. Since we last met the Party participated in the Sir Randol Fawkes Labour Day Parade in strong numbers in New Providence and Grand Bahama to demonstrate our support for the labour movement and the rights of workers in our land.
I am happy to speak to the historic constitutional Referendum which was held throughout the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, yesterday, Tuesday June 7, 2016.
Senator Pintard recently asked if the Bahamas Development Bank (BDB) was being misused to support BAMSI? In asking that question was Pintard being truthful in his intent to draw attention to the incumbent Member of Parliament for Central Grand Bahama whose company (Precision Tune Auto Care) was a recipient of a loan from the BDB while he served as a Cabinet Minister.