Hits: 291 Created on 12 March 2017 Written by George Category: POLITICS
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POLITICAL LEADER PROTESTS AND GOVERNOR GENERAL RESPONDS

St. George -- On February 24, political leader of the National Democratic Congress, Sen. Nazim Burke wrote to Governor General, Dame Cecile LaGrenade protesting the termination of ten Registration Officers at the Parliamentary Elections Office -- an action which sparked what Sen Burke described as disquiet, anxiety, fear and dismay. Click here to read. 

By way of a letter dated March 2, Her Excellency has responded to Sen. Burke, as follows: Click here to read

 
Hits: 478 Created on 02 March 2017 Written by George Category: POLITICS
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St. George -- The number of persons terminated of the 15-member team at the Parliamentary Elections Office now stands at ten --- three more than the initially announced seven. Attorney at Law, Claudette Joseph explained on Wednesday's edition of Civil Society Speaks: CLAUDETTE-Initially, there were seven announced were seven announced

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Hits: 468 Created on 22 February 2017 Written by GIS Category: POLITICS
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NO POLITICAL INTERFERENCE IN REVOKING APPOINTMENTS OF RETURNING OFFICERS

ST. GEORGE -- Grenada's Minister for Health, Social Security and International Business says there is no political interference in the decision taken by the Office of the Governor General not to renew the contracts of seven Registration Officers.

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Hits: 428 Created on 21 February 2017 Written by RGPF Category: POLITICS
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EASTERN DISTRICT WEEKEND OPERATIONS

ST. GEORGE -Several persons were arrested and charged during police operations in the Eastern policing district at the weekend.

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