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EDUCATION Minister Jerome Fitzgerald speaks in the House of Assembly.

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Fitzgerald to enact ‘parts’ of Freedom of Information Act

“CERTAIN parts” of the highly anticipated Freedom of Information Act are slated for enactment this week, according to Minister of Education, Science and Technology Jerome Fitzgerald yesterday.

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Fitzgerald: Minnis must resign when Baha Mar opens

WHEN the $3.5bn mega resort Baha Mar opens on April 21, Free National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis must resign because of his continued negative pronouncements - particularly that the West Bay Street project would not open, Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald said yesterday.

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Fitzgerald slams Rollins as 'a political prostitute'

FORT Charlotte MP Dr Andre Rollins’ pronouncement that he is prepared to swim in his “own vomit” in order to make things right with the FNM to ensure a general election win over the governing PLP, verifies that he is nothing more than a “political prostitute,” according to Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald.

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Fitzgerald: We’ve done all we can to end school violence

EDUCATION Minister Jerome Fitzgerald yesterday said the onus for recent violent incidents on school campuses must fall on the wider society, further lamenting that officials have done everything they can to stop school violence.

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INSIGHT: A deal to truly tax our belief

Waiving VAT for the Chinese in order to get Baha Mar completed reveals the Government’s duplicitous treatment of “ungrateful” Bahamians, Malcom J Strachan says . . .

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Fitzgerald blames schools for supply teacher payment delay

THE Ministry of Education has implemented a strict timeline for the submission and processing of payments for supply teachers after irregularities led to scores of teachers going unpaid for months, according to Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald.

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Fitzgerald 'disappointed' by public input as Freedom of Information Act tabled

EDUCATION Minister Jerome Fitzgerald yesterday tabled the long-awaited Freedom of Information Bill after numerous delays and just five months ahead of the next election as he expressed “disappointment” in the lack of public involvement in drafting this legislation.


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