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Whether they do so by aligning themselves with the Premier or with the Opposition, there is no reason independent candidates cannot work together to do the job.
Progress will depend on whether the key interests in the economy and the society are capable of making deals which will address the problems.
What compelling government interest is served by felon disenfranchisement? Enhanced public safety? How? Is it to fine-tune the quality of the electorate?
It’s Premier Alden McLaughlin and Speaker of the House McKeeva Bush … again.
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Candidates celebrate after victories on Election Day.
There will be nearly 3,000 more voters registered for Cayman’s May 24 general election than were registered for the last election in 2013. Figures released by the elections office late Tuesday stated that 21,465 people had registered to participate in the upcoming vote.
The Cayman Islands is “in a much better position” than the territory was four years ago, Premier Alden McLaughlin told a group of several hundred local businesspeople, with the development and tourism industry surging, unemployment down and a strong partnership between government and the private sector.
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The clock is ticking on the Progressives administration. In the coming months, our elected government will be subject to intensified scrutiny as to what it has done — and what it hasn’t.
With the government’s 2016/17 budget approval process looming, lawmakers remained uncertain whether the Legislative Assembly would meet again prior to the annual May-June opening session and finance committee review.
In November 1968 a young Rhodes Scholar by the name of Bill Clinton was “mad as hell,” as he told a friend back in Arkansas in a letter penned from Oxford University.
“[Tara Rivers] therefore prays that … on the hearing of this petition, the said John Gordon Hewitt may be adjudged bankrupt.” … Politics ain’t beanbag.
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton both have voted to do something never done before – make the Bill of Rights less protective.
A late January filing in the Grand Court seeks to bankrupt West Bay’s John Gordon Hewitt and wife Velma Powery-Hewitt for failing to pay nearly $140,000 in costs to Education Minister Tara Rivers.
An early election will hurt Cayman and may delay single-member constituencies for four years.
Election time in the Cayman Islands is rapidly approaching. Just when it will arrive … that’s something we’re not so sure about. And it’s a major problem.
Calling an election in the Cayman Islands is a fairly straightforward process, according to the territory’s senior elections official.