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Grenada Constitution Reform: Voting with Conscience

“In the genuine spirit of goodwill and in good faith, the counsel on voting with conscience is synonymous with the imperative of making an informed and correct vote; but this can only be possible when morals, wisdom and understanding are applied to credible information.” read more

Response to Claudette Joseph

‘Our “passionate plea” was for sexual orientation and gender identity to be added as prohibited categories of discrimination — proposals which were rejected by the CRAC.’ read more

Bill No. 6 and the all embracing meaning of Gender

“I am not presenting a position on whether or not the LGBT community should enjoy equal Constitutional rights. Indeed, it will be untenable to suggest that all persons should not be protected by the Constitution. The concern is that the voting public must be given full and frank disclosure of all the possible implications of the Bill so that when they vote, they make an educated, informed decision.” read more

Referendum Date Postponed

Grenadians will no longer be voting to make proposed changes to the 42–year–old constitution on 27 October, and instead will be making that decision sometime in November. read more
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