Tag: Linda Clark

Protesters to call for MPs to oust speaker

Protesters to call for MPs to oust speaker

| 09/12/2020 | 167 Comments

(CNS): Protesters will gather outside the House of Parliament on Friday to demonstrate public outrage over the behaviour of Speaker McKeeva Bush and his failure to resign after admitting a violent assault on a female beach-bar manager. They will also be showing how they feel about MPs who have not held him to account. One […]

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CPR activist joins call for cruise overhaul

CPR activist joins call for cruise overhaul

| 03/09/2020 | 24 Comments

(CNS): A leading member of the Cruise Port Referendum campaign and local environmental activist, Linda Clark, has joined a new global organisation which is calling for major change in the cruise sector. With growing concerns here about the negative impact of mass cruise tourism, Clark hopes this new group will help Cayman benefit more from […]

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Key concerns over cruise port project, Part 3

Key concerns over cruise port project, Part 3

| 03/09/2019 | 51 Comments

(CPR Cayman): Proudly supporting participatory democracy in our country, the first people-initiated referendum will empower voters to have their say on the Cruise Berthing Facility. This letter forms Part 3 of a 3-part letter which seeks to highlight some, but not all, of the numerous significant and unquantified risks associated with this project.

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Key concerns over cruise port project, Part 2

Key concerns over cruise port project, Part 2

| 26/08/2019 | 17 Comments

(CPR Cayman): As our Islands approach the first people-initiated referendum, critical data that voters need to make a truly informed decision on the Cruise Berthing Facility has still not been made public. The government should release any undisclosed information that they do hold immediately, and the referendum date should be scheduled to allow for the […]

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Key concerns over cruise port project, Part 1

Key concerns over cruise port project, Part 1

| 19/08/2019 | 39 Comments

(CPR Cayman): As the Elections Office verification process passes 88% and the first constitutionally enshrined people-initiated referendum becomes a certainty, much of the critical data Caymanian voters will need to be able to truly make an informed decision has still not been made public by the government.

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