Public protest in Bahamas over electricity prices

Hundreds of residents gathered on Wednesday for a march through downtown Nassau that ended with a public protest in Parliament Square, primarily over a rise in electricity prices in The Bahamas, along with a few other matters of public concern in relation to the current Free National Movement (FNM) administration.

The crowd, which was largely peaceful, chanted slogans and jeers as the parliament sat in session across the street for their scheduled session in the Lower House.

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