Commentary: Major far-reaching issues concerning Grenada’s 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 despicable attitude and approach employed by the powers-that-be during the process for the 24 November 2016 first constitutional referendum since the nation’s 7 February 1974 independence remain for the second attempt to have Grenada accede to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) in its final appellate jurisdiction on 6 November 2018.

Regrettably, the educational darkness by which the constitution was introduced at independence is synonymous by which the constitutional referendum is being…

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