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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)...
Itís 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.
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.
Branding the bill that would allow for the gambling referendum as a "payback bill", former Works Minister Neko Grant suggested in the House of Assembly yesterday that the government is reimbursing the numbers bosses for favors they did for the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) prior to the general election.
In the embarrassing climb-down that is his most recent flip-flop on gambling, the prime minister desperately sought to make a virtue out of his incompetence and bungling, and that his government likely lacked the legal authority to proceed with a vote that it probably would have lost: "I am a prime minister who listens.
Free National Movement Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday called on Prime Minister Perry Christie to abandon the upcoming gambling referendum and put off the poll for potentially more than a year, claiming the issue is being forced on the Bahamian people in the absence of unbiased information.