Tag: Moses Kirkconnell

Six candidates declare government business

Six candidates declare government business

| 25/04/2017 | 45 Comments
(CNS Elections): Moses Kirkconnell has revealed that many of the companies of which he is a shareholder, director or owner do business with government. According to the register of interests, the deputy premier has by far the most business interests outside of his job as an MLA and minister and many [...]

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Premier presses party message home

Premier presses party message home

| 21/04/2017 | 43 Comments
(CNS Elections): The importance of having a strong team bound by agreed and cohesive policies was a major theme in Premier Alden McLaughlin’s speech as he launched the PPM’s election campaign on Cayman Brac Thursday night. With 35 independents running in the May General Election, McLaughlin stre [...]

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PPM to launch campaign on Brac

PPM to launch campaign on Brac

| 18/04/2017 | 28 Comments
(CNS Elections): The ruling People’s Progressive Movement has taken the unusual decision of launching their formal election campaign on Cayman Brac, rather than beginning the political roadshow in the capital, where the majority of voters live. While the two seats on Cayman Brac are being cont [...]

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PPM and independent candidates emerge for nomination

PPM and independent candidates emerge for nomination

| 29/03/2017 | 118 Comments
(CNS Elections): After keeping a very tight lid on exactly who they would be fielding and where, the Progressive candidates began to emerge Wednesday morning for nomination. The current speaker of the House, Julianna O’Connor-Connolly, was nominated for the first time as a PPM candidate for Cayman [...]

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Rate the performance of current Cabinet members

Rate the performance of current Cabinet members

| 21/03/2017 | 12 Comments
(CNS Elections): The 2013-2017 administration is the Progressives’ second term and the first with Alden McLaughlin as premier. The PPM leader during the party’s first administration, Kurt Tibbetts, stayed on in the government, taking up a portfolio that included planning. Moses Kirkconne [...]

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