65 million from accounts belonging to Sandals/Beaches resorts into the hands of the Progressive National Party (PNP) and former TCI premier Michael Misick, using his brothers' firms.
What does PNP stand for?
PNP stands for Progressive National Party
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We have 107 other meanings of PNP in our Acronym Attic
- Politics and Prose (Washington DC book store)
- Ports and Protocols
- Positive-Negative-Positive (transistor)
- Pre-Negotiation Plan
- Press N Peel
- Pretty 'n Pink
- Private Nonprofit
- Private Numbering Plan
- Probability of No Penetration
- Professional Nursing Practice (various locations)
- Proliferative Necrotizing Pneumonia
- Propylene Glycol N-Propyl Ether
- Proved Not Producing (oil/gas industry)
- Provincial Nominee Program (Canadian Immigration)
- Provincial Non-Profit (housing program; Canada)
- Psychogenic Nocturnal Polydipsia
- Public and Nonprofit (various organizations)
- Pukaskwa National Park (Canada)
- Pull Notice Program (State of California, Department of California Highway Patrol)
- Pulse Narrowband Processor
Samples in periodicals archive:
In the recent election campaign, the question of independence was frequently raised but the narrow winners at the polls, the Progressive National Party (PNP), appeared to back away from the issue in the final days, possibly fearing an absence of widespread support locally for independence; The fear of many people in the TCI is that independence would cause the loss of use of the American dollar as the official currency, and the loss of 10-year US visas and unrestricted access to the US.
24, 2011): A study by British advisers paints a picture of a virtual doomsday machine created under the guidance (or lack thereof) of former Deputy Premier & Finance Minister Floyd Hall, who supervised the finances of the TCI during most of the Progressive National Party (PNP) administration, starting in early 2004.
Late in the Progressive National Party (PNP) government, after Premier Michael Misick resigned, it was discovered that millions more in unpaid invoices were hidden in office drawers.
The PDM won a third consecutive term by taking seven seats in the Legislative Council to six for the opposition Progressive National Party, Radio Turks and Caicos said.