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Governing party wins by-election

NASSAU — The by-election result represents a great victory for democracy and the people of North Abaco, the Progressive Liberal Party said in a statement released last night.

MP elect for North Abaco Renardo Curry is congratulated by supporters last night.

“The PLP wholeheartedly welcomes the return of North Abaco to the family of the PLP after thirty-five years of being apart. We look forward to a productive partnership as we achieve great things together through a shared vision and practical policies that we are confident will benefit all Bahamians,” said the party.

“Further, the PLP thanks the people of North Abaco and its wonderful Cays for the peaceful and orderly manners in which they exercised their unalienable constitutional rights. We thank the many communities that comprise the North Abaco constituency for their genuine hospitality, support and enthusiasm during this campaign. Last but not least we thank the staff of the Parliamentary Commissioner’s Office for their competence and efficiency in managing this electoral exercise.

New generation leader

“PLP presents to The Bahamas a new generation leader in the name of Renardo Curry. He is good man, with a good message who joins a good team. He is a devoted father and husband; a church, youth and community leader as well as a local government official. He served his community well and articulated his vision for the future of North Abaco inclusive of expanding education and training opportunities; infrastructure repair and development; increased border protection and the development and expansion of the principal industries of North Abaco.” (Nassau Guardian)

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