Grenadians will go to the polls on Thursday, 23 June 2022.
Prime Minister, Dr the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell, made the announcement at a political meeting in Telescope, St Andrew on Saturday night.
Explaining the timetable for the run-up to the poll, Dr Mitchell said he has already asked the Governor-General to dissolve Parliament, effective Monday, 16 May.
Further, he has asked the Governor-General to issue the writ for elections on 17 May. This essentially means that Grenadians who are not yet registered have only one remaining day to do so, and be able to cast their ballot in the upcoming general elections.
Nomination day for candidates will be Wednesday, 1 June.
As is customary, police officers will participate in advance polling on Monday, 20 June, while the rest of the electorate will vote on 23 June.