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The biggest loser in a yes vote to "support the regulation and taxation of web shop gaming" will be the Bahamian people. It should be noted that while that is the language of the proposed referendum question, the issue is really whether to legalize what is currently a criminal enterprise.
My Fellow Bahamians, Good Evening;
In its Charter for Governance the Progressive Liberal Party committed that within its first 100 days in government it would provide details for a referendum on a National Lottery and gambling in The Bahamas.
National Address on a Referendum to ascertain Bahamian support for the regulation and taxation of Web Shop Gaming and the establishment of a National Lottery The Hon. Dr. Bernard J. Nottage, MP, Minister of National Security 2nd January 2013 (on ZNS television)...
People who play numbers will get a chance to win more than just money this Christmas.
Some numbers bosses are offering houses, cars and other grand prizes.
But Pastor Mario Moxey of Bahamas Harvest Church and Pastor Lyall Bethel of Grace Community Church said they think the numbers bosses are attempting to gain support.
But a former numbers house executive dismissed claims of bribery yesterday.
It’s nice to be home again!
Moderator, Head Table, National Chairman, Secretary General, Staff, Distinguished Honorees, etc, etc We are here today to demonstrate in a tangible way our appreciation to our distinguished Stalwart Councilors and the Major Team of the constituency of Garden Hills.
Sixty two year old, Billy Nottage will take over the Immigration Department on Monday.
Mr. Jack Thompson has been laterally transferred. A career public officer, Mr. Nottage served in the Department of Immigration for forty-one years, having joined the civil service shortly after graduating from Aquinas College in Nassau.
The performances of the prime minister and the leader of the opposition are severely wanting on the range of issues related to gambling. Perry Christie's performance has been abysmal. Dr. Hubert Minnis has been wrong-footed, wobbly and confusing.
The Constitutional Referendum Amendment Bill passed in the House of Assembly last night with the support of the governing Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) and one member of the opposition Free National Movement (FNM).
South Abaco FNM MP Edison Key voted with the PLP on the bill.