Bahamas Prime Minister Perry G. Christie, far right, is trying to lead his Progressive Liberal Party to a second consecutive five year term in office. He is seen here with Tan Sri KT Lim, chairman of the Genting Group, and wife Bernadette Christie in Bimini.
Bahamas Prime Minister Perry G. Christie, far right, is trying to lead his Progressive Liberal Party to a second consecutive five year term in office. He is seen here with Tan Sri KT Lim, chairman of the Genting Group, and wife Bernadette Christie in Bimini. Alberto E. Tamargo
Bahamas Prime Minister Perry G. Christie, far right, is trying to lead his Progressive Liberal Party to a second consecutive five year term in office. He is seen here with Tan Sri KT Lim, chairman of the Genting Group, and wife Bernadette Christie in Bimini. Alberto E. Tamargo

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