Tag: opposition

NDC Heartbeat: The constitutional breach in the Senate

“The Constitution envisages that even when there is no Opposition Leader, there is still some Opposition representation in the Parliament by the Governor General appointing Opposition Senators. Section 62(2) provides that in the absence of an Opposition Leader, the Governor General assumes that role and appoints the 3 Opposition Senators in his or her own deliberate judgment.” read more

The powerful relevance of NDC in opposition

“A topical issue of the government and the high-status establishment of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is the accession of Grenada to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as the final court of appeal. In no way must the NDC cooperate blindly and unrewardingly on this issue, and without presenting some preconditions.” read more
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