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Allyson Maynard-Gibson

Attorney General Senator

Bahamas Uncensored

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Employment History

Attorney General and Chair

Caribbean Financial Action Task Force


Attorney General

Barry University


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BBCIF

Board Member


Seabreeze Hope Strachan

Member of Parliament


Zonta

Founding Member


Parliament

Member


Ministry

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Pinewood Constituency

Representative


Eugene Dupuch Law School

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BSc Hons

Barry University


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Honourable Allyson Maynard-Gibson, Attorney General of the Bahamas and Chairperson of the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force,


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At the beginning of the investigation, Bahamas Attorney General Senator Allyson Maynard-Gibson pointed out that the investigation by the US State Department took many years before it secured a conviction.
She also noted that the naming of a Bahamian official in court documents does not translate into automatic prosecution in The Bahamas as due process must be afforded the accused. The Attorney General believes her team is nearing the completion of this due process and once again called on the public to allow the government to do its job in concluding this issue. "We are at the end of the road" said Maynard-Gibson. Allyson Maynard-Gibson. "It provides a strong mechanism to protect the full value of investments by Bahamian creditors; while putting the project in a position to deliver on its promise, which is to generate job creation while delivering a world class tourist experience." Maynard-Gibson further pledged that the government will fully cooperate with the Joint Provisional Liquidators, and encouraged other parties to do the same.


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In her response Mrs. Maynard-Gibson said that the allegations were "not only inaccurate and unsubstantiated, but represent a persistent and unpatriotic attempt by the failed project developer to mislead Bahamians, detract from the tremendous accomplishments made by the stakeholders along with Government in turning the project around, and to conceal the fact that BMD failed and then failed to recover from failure."
Attorney General Maynard-Gibson on Monday defended the independence of the judiciary and underscored the resources allocated by the Government for their protection, in the face of allegations that a former Member of Parliament was involved in efforts to intimidate a Supreme Court judge. The Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce's President says he feels "more comfortable" with Freeport's new 'tax breaks' regime following Friday's meeting with the Government, although key private sector questions remain unanswered. The Attorney General's statement was carried in the international press with the Caribbean News Now! noting that Mrs. Maynard-Gibson addressed concerns about the Interception of Communications Bill, 2017 (ICB), by noting that the proposed legislation is a very important tool in the fight against crime, much of which is gang-related, transnational and involves guns and drugs. The delegation includes Tourism Minister the Hon. Obie Wilchcombe; Attorney General and Legal Affairs Minister Senator Allyson Maynard-Gibson; Senior Policy Advisor to the Prime Minister Sir Baltron Bethel; and Gaming Board Secretary Dennis Martin. Just one week after the Attorney General announced that Marriage Officers and Justices of the Peace are listed online, Senator Maynard-Gibson announced the launch of a new online Notary Application System, pointing out that all licensed Notaries Public would be listed on the Office of the Attorney General's website by the end of 2016. Senator Maynard-Gibson made the announcement at a press conference at her office on Thursday afternoon of this week.


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In her response Mrs. Maynard-Gibson said that the allegations were "not only inaccurate and unsubstantiated, but represent a persistent and unpatriotic attempt by the failed project developer to mislead Bahamians, detract from the tremendous accomplishments made by the stakeholders along with Government in turning the project around, and to conceal the fact that BMD failed and then failed to recover from failure."
Attorney General Maynard-Gibson on Monday defended the independence of the judiciary and underscored the resources allocated by the Government for their protection, in the face of allegations that a former Member of Parliament was involved in efforts to intimidate a Supreme Court judge. The Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce's President says he feels "more comfortable" with Freeport's new 'tax breaks' regime following Friday's meeting with the Government, although key private sector questions remain unanswered. The Attorney General's statement was carried in the international press with the Caribbean News Now! noting that Mrs. Maynard-Gibson addressed concerns about the Interception of Communications Bill, 2017 (ICB), by noting that the proposed legislation is a very important tool in the fight against crime, much of which is gang-related, transnational and involves guns and drugs. "ICTs (Information and Communication Technologies) are making a positive impact on our ease of doing business efforts and sight and hearing impaired persons are helping us in these efforts" asserted Attorney General Senator Allyson Maynard-Gibson as she addressed the ICT for Persons with Disabilities Workshop this week. With New Providence designated the first SMART Island in this hemisphere by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), Minister Maynard-Gibson heralded the participation of persons with disabilities in this transformation, envisioning the day when a division of the Salvation Army will transcribe court documents. The delegation includes Tourism Minister the Hon. Obie Wilchcombe; Attorney General and Legal Affairs Minister Senator Allyson Maynard-Gibson; Senior Policy Advisor to the Prime Minister Sir Baltron Bethel; and Gaming Board Secretary Dennis Martin. Just one week after the Attorney General announced that Marriage Officers and Justices of the Peace are listed online, Senator Maynard-Gibson announced the launch of a new online Notary Application System, pointing out that all licensed Notaries Public would be listed on the Office of the Attorney General's website by the end of 2016. Senator Maynard-Gibson made the announcement at a press conference at her office on Thursday afternoon of this week. Attorney General Senator Allyson Maynard-Gibson held a press conference on Tuesday of this week to announce further digitalization of the Registrar General's Department, effectively improving the ease of doing business in The Bahamas. "It is now possible, as we speak" said Maynard-Gibson, "for persons to view the list of Marriage Officers on the Registrar General Department's (RGD) website, www.bahamas.gov.bs/rgd, and the list of Justices of the Peace on the Office of the Attorney-General website, www.bahamas.gov.bs/oag.



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