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April 13, 2011

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Diaspora

Well written Simon. These are great ideas that can only be realized through an "unpopular" leader. A leader who continues to passify citizens who are not preparing themselves for change, will never influence the type of change we aspire to achieve. Bahamians expect good jobs, good pay, but are not willing to make the sacrifice to seek higher education; they look to their elected to not only provide jobs, but to place them in positions without merit. Alas, the ultimate reason we continue to impede progress.

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