Hits: 267 Created on 15 September 2014 Written by LLOYD NOEL Category: POLITICS
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MORE FLIGHTS FOR TOURISM PRODUCT

In two articles in Caribbean News Now last week – the subjects of increased tourism attraction and additional daily flight to Grenada made headline news.

Read more: LAW AND POLITICS
 
Hits: 314 Created on 09 September 2014 Written by Monica Noel Category: POLITICS
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SANDMINING IN CARRIACOU

Dear Mr. Nimrod:

In my last visit to Carriacou I tried to make an appointment to see you but your schedule did not permit that.  Before I left in March, I wanted to thank you for giving our beach in Mt. Pleasant time to heal and to permit us to again enjoy the luxury of walking on the beach and swimming in its waters without sinking into holes, some as deep as a few feet left by the sand miners.  We also noted the work done to clean up the beachfront debris, enhancing the clean up work we had started but could not make a dent into because we were competing with those who were set on destroying the beachfront.

Read more: LETTER TO ELVIN NIMROD
 
Hits: 302 Created on 27 August 2014 Written by ray roberts Category: POLITICS
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EXCERPTS FROM THE PRESENTATION OF LABOR SENATOR RAY ROBERTS TO THE SENATE

St. George -- Mr. President - the Labor Movement like other organizations is a body of diverse views on many social and economic issues - and on controversial issues, consensus is a challenge.

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Hits: 274 Created on 26 August 2014 Written by Dr. Lawrence A. Joseph Category: POLITICS
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CONSTITUTION REFORM MUST BE AN ONGOING PROCESS

The political leader of the main opposition party, Senator Nazim Burke recently made a declaration that his party "will neither support the proposed Constitutional Reforms in its present construct nor the holding of a National Referendum for that purpose." He stated that  "the proposed amendments to the Constitution leave unattended some of the most important and substantive issues that must be addressed in any constitutional reform," and in his opinion, the process adopted and followed by the committee in reaching its conclusions and in making its recommendations to the Cabinet fell short of what can reasonably be expected."

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Hits: 219 Created on 26 August 2014 Written by J. K. Roberts Category: POLITICS
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GRENADA CONSTITUTION REFORM :  EMERGING EMBARRASSMENTS!

Legal Affairs Minister Honourable Elvin Nimrod, pronounced in the House of Representatives of Grenada on Thursday 14th August 2014, that the date for the National Referendum on Constitution Reform would be sometime in March 2015.   This is a change to the previous date which was set for 10th February 2015 and announced at a Post Cabinet press-meeting on 15th July 2014.   No reason was given for the change and it is also mystifying as to the reason the new date was not more specific.

Read more: OPINION PIECE
 

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