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Things are unraveling pretty quickly for Dr. Hubert Alexander Minnis and his government. They are getting body slammed in the court of public opinion. In introducing the plan to raise value-added tax (VAT) from 7.5 percent to 12 percent, the government did so in the absence of consultation with key stakeholders and

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis’ closing of the budget debate on Monday can be likened to Sunday dinner without any

The Minnis administration has a public relations crisis on its hands. It has become hugely unpopular in such a short space

Since he became chairman of the Free National Movement (FNM) last year, Carl Culmer has been doing his party a

If an election were held tomorrow, only 20 percent of the people polled by Public Domain said they would vote

The government’s decision to tax gaming house revenues up to 50 percent in the coming fiscal year has triggered an

Financial Secretary Marlon Johnson has been more engaged in seeking to educate the public on the new budget than any

The government’s rollout of its budget for 2018/2019 has created a round of controversy unlike any in recent memory after

The Free National Movement (FNM), under the leadership of Dr. Hubert Alexander Minnis, has demonstrated that it is no longer a

On November 2, 2017, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis announced that the government intends to amend relevant legislation to ensure