Hits: 257 Created on 19 January 2015 Written by Kit Stonewalling Category: POLITICS
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NDC CARRIACOU CHAIRMAN RESIGNS

Amid growing frustration Tevin Andrews, Chairman of the National Democratic Congress, NDC, Carriacou constituency throws in the towel.

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Hits: 178 Created on 19 January 2015 Written by gat Category: POLITICS
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GRENADA ASSOCIATION (TORONTO) ELECTION RESULTS

Toronto -- A general meeting of The Grenada Association of Toronto held its annual general meeting on Saturday at the Edithvale Community Center, North York.   The meeting was called to facilitate an election of officers.  A record number of members participated in this process and a new board was elected.

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Hits: 185 Created on 19 January 2015 Written by GIS Category: POLITICS
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GRENADA'S RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS MINISTER EXPRESSES CONCERN ABOUT ATTACK ON RELIGIOUS LEADERS BY NDC POLITICIAN

ST. GEORGE -- Grenada's Minister of Religious Affairs Emmalin Pierre has expressed concerns about comments made by the leader of the Women's arm of the opposition National Democratic Congress, Jenny Simon, attacking religious leaders in the country.

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Hits: 342 Created on 17 January 2015 Written by William Joseph Category: POLITICS
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A BRIEF NOTE ON THE CHINA-GRENADA SITUATION

The principles of international relations are well known by countries all over and are generally observed through diplomatic practice. Issues such as respect for sovereignty, non-interference in the internal affairs of other countries and state recognition, fall into this category. Persons who are trained in International Relations or who have acquired other relevant expertise owe it to the rest of society to aid in the better understanding of the recent developments between Grenada and the People's Republic of China.

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Hits: 334 Created on 17 January 2015 Written by Nation news Category: POLITICS
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DIPLOMATIC RUDENESS

Kudos to Prime Minister of Grenada Dr Keith Mitchell. The region is badly in need of leaders, political and otherwise, who are not afraid to stand up and speak — and to do so forcefully. Click here to read

 

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