The current leader of the party is Hubert Minnis  and his deputy is Peter Turnquest. It dominated the General Election held on 10 May , winning 35 of the 39 seats in the Legislature. Levarity , Maurice E. Moore , Dr. The other group, the UBP , was one of the main political parties in the Bahamas and had governed the country since the advent of party politics in , until it lost the general election by a paper thin margin to the Opposition PLP.
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As of Friday, April 13, The FNM's Manifesto can be viewed here. I always tell my children "if you are smart be proud to show it off" because fool seems to glory in foolishess. I invite you sir in all your wisdom and audacity to find local investors to replace the foriegn investors, put your money power where your mouth power is!!!! Enough of the nonsensical talking. Any party who tells the Bahamian people they will not seek out foriegn investors or get loans from the World Bank or others, is lying to the people.
Without knowing the actualities of the accounts Mr. The PLP late again on its book that will show how it will govern for the next five years.
There is no excuse for this. Favor should have been on the PLP side since they are in oppostion and not burden down with the job of governing. Password Forgot? Confirm password. The Tribune Jump to content. Upvote 0. Add photo. Upvote 1.
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PLP blasts FNM following release of Manifesto 2012
Get the Latest News Did you find apk for android? You can find new Free Android Games and apps. Read More Want create site? Find Free WordPress Themes and plugins. In a dramatic vote in the House of Assembly in , eight parliamentary members of the Progressive Liberal Party voted no confidence in Prime Minister Sir Lynden Pindling thus initiating a series of events that led to the formation of the Free National Movement. They came to be known as the Dissident Eight.
Free National Movement
Following the recommendation of the Boundary Commission in November , the statutory number of members was reduced from 41 to 38 starting from the elections. A total of four parties contested the election. There were candidates in the election - men and 22 women. It criticized the Free National Movement FNM government, led by Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham, for not having done enough to stimulate the Bahamian economy, which was yet to recover from the global economic crisis. The FNM fell from 23 to only nine seats in parliament.
Manifesto 2012: The FNM’s new plan
With three weeks left until the general election, two of the three major parties jockeying for your vote on May 7 have released their blueprints for governance. Last Thursday night, before thousands of jubilant supporters who converged at R. It places a heavy focus on youth development, national volunteering, business expansion and economic development of the Family Islands. However, the party asserted that it had been releasing critical components of Our Plan, such as its crime fighting platform Project Safe Bahamas and a mortgage relief scheme for homeowners facing foreclosure, over the past several months. While this is by no means an exhaustive look at Manifesto , I have highlighted a few areas which should be of concern to voters. In no other area has this administration faced more criticism and backlash than its crime fighting strategy. It is not surprising then that the fight against crime is listed as the main concern of the next FNM administration.