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June 07, 2016
Vote no pastor says group being victimized

One of the pastors from the vote no campaign claimed yesterday the group was "brutally victimized" in the lead-up to today's constitutional referendum.

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June 01, 2016
Gray: Vote hijacked by religious community

MICAL MP V. Alfred Gray said the fourth constitutional referendum bill has been "hijacked by the religious community."

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May 26, 2016
Bethel raises concerns about ballot symbols

Save Our Bahamas Vote No Committee member Pastor Lyall Bethel has expressed concerns about the symbols to be used on the ballot sheet in the upcoming gender equality referendum.

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May 20, 2016
Bethel criticises PM for withholding funding

PASTOR Lyall Bethel yesterday criticised Prime Minister Perry Christie for “withholding” funding for the vote “no” campaign in the gender equality referendum next month, claiming that that the country “is deserving of hearing both sides of the argument and not merely the side that he thinks to be promoted”.

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May 13, 2016
Bethel suspects PM has ulterior motive over vote

SAVE Our Bahamas committee member Pastor Lyall Bethel yesterday questioned whether Prime Minister Perry Christie was trying to use the gender equality referendum to secure a win at the polls in 2017.

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May 10, 2016
Group does not trust PM comments on referendum

SAVE Our Bahamas yesterday said Prime Minister Perry Christie's recent statements that same-sex marriage would never happen in The Bahamas during his lifetime should be viewed under the adage that "a promise is a comfort to a fool".

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April 30, 2016
Save Our Bahamas says don't demonize Dame Joan

The pastors behind the Save Our Bahamas campaign have defended former Court of Appeal President Dame Joan Sawyer who was widely criticized over her admission that she had not read the four constitutional amendment questions and if she were to vote, she would vote against them.

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April 28, 2016
Pastor speaks out after transgender call for rights

PASTOR Lyall Bethel yesterday questioned if someone coached members of Bahamas Transgender Intersex United (BTIU) to appear ambivalent about the outcome of the gender equality referendum so as to not shed light on the "hidden agendas" of the fourth constitutional amendment.

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April 25, 2016
Moss hits at Ellis' statement launches 'Think, Bahamas'

Pastor Cedric Moss of Kingdom Life Church said yesterday that Bishop Neil Ellis' suggestion that it is "unacceptable and un-Christ-like" for anyone to deny Bahamians' rights by voting "no" on the June 7 referendum "betrays his lack of understanding of both our nation's constitution and the way of Christ".

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April 23, 2016
Bethel: LGBT activist turnaround suspect

Pastor Lyall Bethel, who is part of the group that formed the vote no campaign 'Save Our Bahamas', said yesterday that he believes human rights activist Erin Greene's decision to vote no on referendum bill four is "suspect".

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