Hits: 357 Created on 25 March 2017 Written by Romain Pitt Category: POLITICS
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THE CARIBBEAN PEOPLE WHO WANTED INDEPENDENCE WOULD SUPPORT THE CCJ IF THE FOLLOWING WERE CLEAR TO THEM

Judges cannot make decisions arbitrarily, as they are not only required to follow the law, but must provide a legal reason or reasons for every decision they make; failing which, the decision will be, on its face, null and void.

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Hits: 335 Created on 22 March 2017 Written by Raphael Paul Category: POLITICS
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SYNOPSIS OF DECEPTIVE ARTICLE

"The fallout from a bad decision begins." This was the caption of an article appearing in the March 10, 2017 edition of The New Today newspaper. The article was addressing what the writer considered to be an "electoral gaffe" which "signaled a profound misstep by the voting public," at last November's Constitutional Reform Referendum, when all bills were rejected, by "the mere 30% of the electorate who bothered to show up to vote." However, the writer's focus was the Elections and Boundaries Commission Bill, whose rejection he claimed, has made it possible for the multiple dismissals of electoral officers. He went on to state the following:

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Hits: 409 Created on 21 March 2017 Written by Sen. Ray Roberts Category: POLITICS
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QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED IN THE SENATE

St. George -- Labour Senator Ray Roberts has submitted to the Clerk of Parliament two questions for the Leader of Government Business for answers at the next meeting of the Senate.

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Hits: 315 Created on 19 March 2017 Written by NDC Category: POLITICS
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BERNARDINE APPOINTED AS CARETAKER FOR ST. GEORGE SOUTH EAST

St. George -- The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has officially presented former Minister for Education, Senator Hon. Franka Alexis Bernardine as its Caretaker in the Constituency of St. George's South East.

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Hits: 396 Created on 17 March 2017 Written by NEW TODAY Category: POLITICS
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VER: NNP SHOULD DO BETTER ABOUT MISSING US$1MILLION

St. George -- The people of Grenada deserve a government that will act more responsibly."  Those were the words uttered against the Keith Mitchell-led government in Grenada by a disappointed Roger Ver who is seeking to recover US$1 million which he claimed he was tricked into handing over to controversial Utah Businessman, Robert Martin Oveson for a passport that he never got.

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