Commentary: Grenadians are hauled to vote in a flawed CCJ referendum

J. K. Roberts is a sound public policies advocate; a premature retiree from the Public Service of Grenada, and author of two books (“Into The 21st Century” published in 1995 and “Management Practices in The Public Service of Grenada” published in 2011)

By J. K. Roberts

The electorate of Grenada is aroused with political rhetoric and propaganda to vote blindly in a constitutional referendum on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, to decide for the second time within two years whether or not the nation should accede to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) in its appellate jurisdiction as a final court.

The exact proposals by the powers-that-be, as amendments to the constitution, are contained in the Constitution of Grenada (Caribbean Court of Justice) (Renaming the Supreme Court)…

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