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Is the OAS putting its credibility in doubt?Not for the first time, the Organisation of American States (OAS) is in danger of reinforcing the widely-held view that it ignores its own declared values and principles. This time, the danger is posed by the way that the Organisation is handling developments in Honduras that threaten democracy and fly in the face of the Inter-American Democratic Charter.

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U.S. Dreamers awakening to nightmareFollowing the increase in the number of persons being deported to Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries, the region might soon be facing another surge of returned migrants from the United States of America. This time it could be the so-called “Dreamers” – persons who arrived as children in the U.S. illegally but who have lived there all their lives. The total number of Dreamers is unknown and the exact Caribbean component is uncertain.

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Statement from Terry Forrester How insensitive can our Prime Minister be? Imagine he announced the date for general elections as March 13, a date which  represents mixed  emotions among our people! The date March 13 still remains a very  hurtful date in the minds of many Grenadians, considering the fact that our people and nation were thrown into political disarray and chaos , which led to so much pain,  suffering and lost  of lives,  leading up to the demise of the revolution.

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THE YEAR 2018 COULD BE DISASTEROUS FOR GRENADABy J. K. Roberts Social and moral decadence is universally evident in Grenada, and this is not limited to the horrible criminal and violent acts. Most depressing is that the institutions of authority, including religious persons, have been compromising on essential principles and caressing the young people into a false sense of rights, virtues, hope and prosperity.

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