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Morning Blend 19 July, 2013

Our CONSTITUTION 101 series continues, examining “The Judicature”, covered under Chapter 7 of the Bahamas’ Constitution. This section addresses the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal and Privy Council. Guest Thomas Evans, QC, sheds some light on the selection and tenure of justices, and the provision allowing Parliament to enact laws to allow any other court to be established in substitution of the Privy Council – without the need for a referendum.

We also discuss the frustration with bail being granted to repeat accused offenders. And we question how the abortion issue became entwined with the stem cell debate.

Plus we have our ‘Song of the Week’, “Weird Science” by Oingo Boingo.

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