Grenada will not attend first OECS Parliament session

Grenada will not be represented at the first session of the OECS Assembly when it convenes in Antigua next week Tuesday and will therefore not make any contribution to the agenda down for discussions which includes a motion “The Challenges to the Free Movement of Persons within the OECS Economic Union.” read more

Gov’t to announce final senator

As of Monday 18 March 2013, the Grenada Government only has to announce one more senator to the Upper House of Parliament, because two of the last three have been announced. Mr. Simon Stiel has been sworn in as the Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture, while Mr. Jester Emmons is the Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs. Senior Advisor to ... read more

Preliminary Statement of the OAS Electoral Observation Mission on the General Elections in Grenada

In the spirit of constructive engagement, the OAS/EOM offers the following preliminary conclusions and recommendations. These are based on the direct observations of the OAS/EOM and meetings with various stakeholders including government authorities, the Supervisor of Elections, representatives of political parties, civil society organizations and representatives of various media outlets. read more

PM Mitchell has been sworn in

  Hundreds of Grenadians gathered at the Grenada Trade Centre  at Morne Rouge at 3pm on Wednesday February 20, to witness the swearing in of the island’s ninth prime minister following Tuesday’s general election. Swearing to work for the good of the country, Dr the Hon Keith Mitchell addressed the gathering following the presentation of his credentials to the Governor-General Sir ... read more
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