The law is the law and it is binding on all who dwell or visit within its jurisdiction. The law is particularly binding on those who make the law. As I observed in a previous commentary, “Law makers should not be law breakers”. This issue is raised again in the context of persons who hold dual citizenships while seeking election – and, in some cases getting elected – to the legislative bodies of countries. Those who either seek or achieve such election violate the law of the land in countries of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), particularly when they also hold … Continue reading
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That Privy Council Ruling!!!
Monday’s decision by the Privy Council in London to dismiss the appeal by former soldier, Lieutenant-Colonel Ewart » more
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- Four Law Lords against and only one for Lieutenant-Colonel Layne The British-based Privy Council on Monday delivered a 4-1 decision against former » more
Six Island Scholars named
The Grenada Government has announced the names of the six persons awarded island scholarships in 2019.
The » more
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- Increased Support for GNOW & International Women’s Day 2019 All across the region eager young women filed into the branches and offices of » more
- Grenada announces investigation into failed CBI project The Grenada government says it has launched an investigation into a company that benefitted » more
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