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Strong Turnout At PSA Elections

A new executive board will be chosen tomorrow to head the Police Staff Association (PSA) over the next year now that branch elections are completed, said Elections Coordinator Inspector Indirah Adderley.

Members of the PSA went to the polls yesterday to select from among nearly 100 candidates vying for positions with the association.

While Inspector Adderley said the process went smoothly, the day was overshadowed by the current legal woes swarming incumbent Chairman Dwight Smith.

Last Thursday, Smith was arraigned on a charge of assault.

He has since been suspended pending the outcome of his case.

Despite his pending legal fight, Smith has remained in the race and appeared confident that he will be returned as Chairman.
Inspector Adderley said typically voter turnout is around 50 per cent to 60 per cent.

Written by Jones Bahamas

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