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Barbados Prime Minister Mia Motley said all the right things and gave good reasons why Grenadians ought to vote for the Caribbean Court of Justice in the November Referendum. However, what difference will the CCJ make to an increasingly corrupted Grenada democracy? Grenadians ought not to be fooled that ridding themselves of the Privy Council […]

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29th 2018 LIVE ON GRENADABROADCAST AT 06:00 PM Theme: “Break the Chains of Colonialism for One United Caribbean” PROGRAMME 6.00 pm –            6.30 pm                Steel Pan Music: Scorpion (Calypsonian) 6.30 pm                                          […]

In the Grenada Broadcast News item dated August 10th 2018: ‘Has Representation of the People Act been violated by Attorney General?’ and accompanying audio clip, the Acting Attorney General of Grenada announced the launch of a quiz, meant to keep the discussion on the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) alive in order to prevent what […]

PRESENTATION BY RUGGLES FERGUSON, PRESIDENT OF THE ORGANIZATION OF COMMONWEALTH CARIBBEAN BAR ASSOCIATIONS (OCCBA), AT THE SPECIAL SITTING OF THE CCJ IN ST VINCENT & THE GRENADINES ON JULY 20TH, 2018 TO PAY TRIBUTE TO ITS NEWLY ELECTED PRESIDENT, JUSTICE ADRIAN SAUNDERS It is my distinct honour, on behalf of OCCBA, to join the distinguished […]

The Honourable Mr. Justice Saunders was installed as the third President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) in Montego Bay, Jamaica by His Excellency, the Most Honourable Sir Patrick Allen, ON, GCMG, CD, KSt.J, Governor General of Jamaica. The ceremony was held on July 4th, ahead of the Opening of the 39th Regular Meeting […]

During a broadcast on Monday morning, broadcast journalist, Beverley Sinclair and George Grant, operator of the GrenadaBroadcast website, wondered why it was that the Grenadian people have to learn about issues pertaining to Grenada from media houses and governments around the region before the Grenadian government would extend the courtesy of informing its people via […]

In the case of the Attorney General of Guyana v Cedric Richardson, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) ruled that an amendment, that barred Presidents of the Republic of Guyana from serving more than two terms in office, was a valid amendment to the Constitution. The amendment, which was made to the Constitution of Guyana […]

LINE UP FOR PROGRAM TO BE AIRED ON SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 2018 09:00 AM AND 06:00 PM GRENADABROADCAST.COM and FACEBOOK/GRENADABROADCAST THE BUZZ Scriptures, Feedback, Poll results EDITORIALS GRENADA ADVOCATE N/A NEW TODAY No high court sitting!!! GRENADIAN VOICE Taking safety to the next level CARIBUPDATE WEEKLY A trade war would impact our economies FEATURE – […]

Once the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) is returned to office, Barbados will be withdrawing from the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as its final Court of Appeal. READ MORE HERE  

Presentation by Ruggles Ferguson, President of the Organization of Commonwealth Caribbean Bar Associations (OCCBA) at the special sitting of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) in Antigua on Wednesday, May 16th, 2018 to bid farewell to its President Sir Dennis Byron on his retirement from the court I rise on behalf of a reinvigorated, reorganized […]


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