GIS vs CSO
On Thursday of last week, the GIS, by way of a media release, told the Grenadian people that a forum organized by the grouping of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) at which the developer of the Riviera Project was scheduled to make a presentation, was postponed because the developer could not attend-- a move which took the CSOs by surprise. The forum proceeded, anyway. CSO claimed that the GIS had no authority to speak on their (CSOs) behalf and asked that they (GIS)cease and desist from attempting to sabotage the event. Whose action was more appropriate?