Nassau, Bahamas – Minister of Foreign Affairs & Immigration Fred Mitchell and Minister of Agriculture Marine Resources and Local Government V. Alfred Gray inspect a $500,000 gift of fertiliser at Potter’s Cay, March 31, donated by the Government of Morocco. Also pictured is Director of Agriculture Simeon Pinder
Morocco gifts Bahamas $500,000 worth of fertiliser
The following is a press statement by Fred Mitchell, Bahamas Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration made on March 24th, 2014: At the Thirty-First Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Regular Meeting held 23 July 2013, the Heads agreed on an action plan on the matter of reparations for native genocide and slavery, it was also agreed that National Reparation Committees be instituted in each member state to establish the moral, ethical and legal case for the payment of reparations by the former colonial European Countries, to the Nations and people of the Caribbean Community, for native genocide, the transatlantic slave trade and a racialised system of chattel slavery. The Chair of each committee would sit on the CARICOM Reparations Commission….
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Establishment of The Bahamas National Reparations Committee
The following is a Statement by Fred Mitchell,
Nassau, Bahamas – The following is a Statement by Fred Mitchell,
Nassau, Bahamas – Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration the Hon.
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Minister Mitchell Joins US Vice-Consul In Return to Church After Incident
Nassau, Bahamas – Returning to church and looking well after being assaulted last week was Vice Consul in the US Embassy here in Nassau Kathleen Cayer. The press was out in full force to greet and hear from her. Ms
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US Vice Consul Cayer returns to church in The Bahamas
NEW YORK – Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration, the Hon.
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Fred Mitchell signing the UN Small Arms Trade Treaty
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Nassau, Bahamas – The enclosed is the Bahamas Government Budget 2012/13 giving a breakdown of the Governor General and Staff budget which includes salaries and expenses. Also provided are salary and expense breakdowns for the House of Assembly, The Senate, Department of the Auditor General, Department of Public Service, Cabinet Office, Office of the Attorney General and Ministry of Legal Affairs, Judicial Department, Court of Appeal, Registrar General’s Department, Prisons Department, Parliamentary Registration Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration, Office of the Prime Minister, Government Printing Department, Department…
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Breakdown of the Bahamas Government Budget 2012/2013 Estimates (PDF)
FREEPORT, The Bahamas –