Grenadians to Vote Again in Referendum on Making CCJ Island’s Final Appellate Court
7 May 2018
The Caribbean Court of Justice (photo credit: Caribbean360)
The Grenada government will be taking a second shot at a referendum. hoping to get the support needed to make the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) the island’s final court of appeal. Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell said a second referendum will be held before the end of the year. It will come two years after 12,635 Grenadians voted against the 2016 Constitution of Grenada (Caribbean Court of Justice and other justice-related matters) Bill in a November 2016 referendum, compared to the 9,639 who supported it.
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