Today on MORNING BLEND:
Bishop Walter Hanchell with Citizens For Justice talks about the group’s 7-point Anti-Crime Action Plan. The goal is to unite key stakeholders including church leaders, community organizations, and the business community, to reduce the scourge of crime.
“In The News”, Prime Minister Perry Christie says the government and the Bahamian people need to give “serious consideration” to capital punishment. We try to decipher what that means.
Plus, more reaction to govt’s crime plan, Dr. Hubert Minnis’ latest response to the govt’s BTC buy-back plan; and the always-controversial New Year’s Day Junkanoo Parade results.
And listeners tell us their 5 top stories for 2013, and the 5 most fascinating people in The Bahamas for the year.
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