Hits: 227 Created on 21 October 2014 Written by Kit Stonewalling Category: POLITICS
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THE EBB AND FLOW OF CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM

As a lay person, the writer thinks that a country's constitution should, for the most part, reflect social and cultural values with due consideration to preserving minority sub-cultures.  Colonial constitutional doctrine sought to preserve the culture of the conquering nation, introducing and inculcating unpalatable "foreign norms" as culturally superior; the psychological flogging that followed still corrupts minds to thinking that that which is foreign is better.

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Hits: 255 Created on 19 October 2014 Written by William Joseph Category: POLITICS
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CONSTITUTION REFORM: UNRULY HORSES OR RECKLESS GATEKEEPERS

Constitution Reform of the scope and nature now being contemplated and canvassed in Grenada goes to the very root of building our Grenadian civilisation. Nevertheless, this important national emergency is constrained by the existence of a handicapped democracy and the fact that we have been led into becoming a desperate people, over the last forty years. These conditions make it very difficult for the identification of pathways to sound judgment and rational conduct -- especially on the part of some critical players in the society; yet serious efforts towards this end are required and must be undertaken.

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Hits: 334 Created on 18 October 2014 Written by Ronald 'Pappy' Charles Category: POLITICS
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IN RECOGNITION OF GOOD POLITICAL LEADERSHIP

What are the qualities of a good political leader? And when does good political leadership become synonymous with political greatness? The word "leadership," when used to describe the work of a politician, is often viewed in a pejorative manner. Hopefully, this writing will bring about some form of amelioration to that point of view as well as answer the aforementioned questions.

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Hits: 44 Created on 14 October 2014 Written by Randal Robinson Category: POLITICS
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NDC YOUTH ARM HOSTS INAUGRAL YOUTH SYMPOSIUM

St. George -- On Sunday 12th October, 2014 over 100 young persons from 14 Constituencies attended the first ever National Democratic Congress Youth Symposium. The event was held at the Crochu RC School, St. Andrew and was planned and executed by the NDC Youth Arm with support from the National Executive.

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Hits: 204 Created on 13 October 2014 Written by George Category: POLITICS
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STOP CRIME, NOT LIVES
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