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By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE PLP leadership is reportedly examining its options as to "if or where" they can run party newcomer Dr Andre Rollins in the next general election.
Originally exploding on the political scene last year as a candidate in the Elizabeth by-election as the then leader of the National Development Party (NDP), Dr Rollins was h...
WE HAVE been asked to make clear that Dr Andre Rollins, MP for Fort Charlotte, did not indicate in the House of Assembly on February 17 he was prepared to swim in vomit to return to the Free National Movement, rather he said that if he had to get back into the party it was something he was prepared to do.
UNCONFIRMED reports reached The Tribune late last night that National Development Party leader Dr Andre Rollins was forced to resign from the party. The move reportedly took place at the party's council meeting yesterday. See tomorrow's Tribune for more on this story.
On behalf of the Free National Movement, I want to officially welcome the two latest members to our team.
Bahamians who are in the lower economic classes were probably rooting for Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins as he exchanged words with Elizabeth MP Ryan Pinder last week in the House of Assembly, over the former's revealed intentions to oppose the PLP's proposal to introduce a National Health Insurance (NHI) tax in January 2016.
Attorney Raynard Rigby said yesterday the disciplinary committee of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) made the wrong recommendation when it decided that Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins should be suspended from the party for "no less than six months".
"It certainly wasn't the recommendation that we put forward," said Rigby, who is Rollins' legal counsel in the matter and former chairman of th...
The most popular politician in The Bahamas today is estranged Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MP Dr. Andre Rollins. If Rollins was looking to achieve his 15 seconds of fame by openly defying Prime Minister Perry Christie, he has accomplished it.
Judging from his scathing anti-PLP rhetoric in Parliament and calls from several PLP politicians for his resignation from Parliament, it is s...