Written by on July 10, 2017

The Current Consolidated Voter’s List as at June 30, 2017 has now been published for inspection, the raising of claims, objections and revision. This process will last for seven days, beginning on July 7 and running through July 14, 2017.

The List can be found in each Constituency at Post Offices, Police Stations, Medical Stations, Parliamentary Elections Constituency Offices and other public places.

Request for alterations or corrections of any error in the name, address, polling division of any registered person should be submitted to the Registration Officer of the Constituency on or before July 14, 2017.

Everyone, and in particular those who registered are advised to inspect the List to ensure that his or her name is properly included. The List should also be checked to establish whether there is any name included in it that should not be there.

The list of names of Registration Officers, their Constituencies, addresses and contact numbers may be read here.

While the next poll in Grenada may be called as late as March of next year, there is widespread speculation that it may also be called as early as November of this year. There are those who feel that Prime Minister Mitchell may find it prudent to get the elections out of the way before reading his 2018 Budget.

Meanwhile, on the streets of Grenada, opinions are becoming more and more pronounced about cracks in some parties, the incapability of others to govern, and the frustration of Grenadians with the level of governance to which they have been subjected in recent years. The airwaves and social media are littered with calls for change, while government is adamant that its apparent success with its three year Structural Adjustment Program is reason enough for re-election.

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