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The Organization for Responsible Governance (ORG), a not-for-profit civic foundation dedicated to improving Accountability, Education and Economic Development in The Bahamas, congratulates Dionisio D’aguilar on his recent decision to seek political office.
For a while now some people have been up and down constituencies seeking their party's nomination in the upcoming general election.
EDITOR, The Tribune.
When you think compassion, who or what do you think about?
The question of compassion often gets bandied about by the political class. This candidate or political party is more compassionate than that standard bearer or organisation.
Groups like the Rotary Clubs of The Bahamas, The Bahamas Association for the Physically Disabled, The Bahamas Crisis Centre, The Cancer Societ...
Long Island MP and former deputy leader of the Free National Movement (FNM), Loretta Butler-Turner, has charged that women are “vastly underrepresented” at the levels of ultimate political power in The Bahamas, despite considerable progress in terms of the involvement of women in the political process.
EDITOR, The Tribune.
I watched with amazement the developing story which involved three high ranking PLP officials sending a letter to the Leader of the Official opposition. The intent of the letter was to advise the Rt Honourable Perry Christie that he should not allow the ratification of several PLP candidates in the upcoming general election.
Let’s dissect this for a moment. Mr Raynard R...
With election fever in the air and politicians selling promises like candy to voters it is natural for people to get wrapped up in the "festivities of the season".
While elections are an important occasion in Bahamian society, ministers of the word say it is imperative that voters and politicians navigate through these times cautiously and always keep God at the forefront of their minds.
By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
BAHAMIAN voters should throw their support behind "ordinary" members of society instead of continuously electing lawyers to the halls of Parliament, said Bishop Simeon Hall.
The senior pastor of New Covenant Baptist Church reasoned that lawyers - many of whom profit from the "present culture of criminality" - cannot be expec...