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Political Hyperbole

“All Grenadians would want to ensure that all our institutions – including the judiciary, the legislature and the Parliamentary Elections Office – are functioning at optimum efficiency.” read more

NDC Protests for ‘Democracy’

Supporters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) took to the streets in protest on Wednesday, to show their disapproval with the Governor-General’s decision to terminate 7 Returning Officers at the Parliamentary Elections Office. read more

Throne Speech 2016: Building on our Successes

“The top priorities of my Government for this Session of Parliament will be the following: building on the strong foundation of the recent past by investing better and smarter, to achieve strong, sustainable and inclusive growth; creating jobs and investment opportunities for our people; and strengthening national unity.” read more

Pension issues to be resolved in 18 to 24 months

The issue of pensions for public officers who joined the service after 1983, is expected to be settled within the next 18 to 24 months, with the Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Centre (CARTAC) playing a significant role in the long-outstanding problem. read more

Assessing the Public Mood on the Referendum Bills

“The Bills which appear to be firm favourites for approval on Referendum Day are Bills Nos. 1, 2 and 6. These relate respectively to the CCJ, Elections and Boundaries Commission and Rights and Freedoms. Bill No. 5 relating to the Name of State is gathering up significant support and has the potential to become a firm favourite.” read more
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