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Grenada's referendum on Constitutional Reforms pushed back

Published:Friday | August 15, 2014 | 10:21 AM

Grenada’s Legal Affairs Minister, Elvin Nimrod, says the referendum on Constitutional Reform will be held in March 2015 and not on February 10, as was previously announced.



Nimrod who did not provide a reason for the change in date, reminded legislators during yesterday’s sitting of the lower house that the poll could lead to significant changes in the constitution.



Last month, the legal affairs minister told reporters that one item which came highly recommended was the proposal for Grenada to recognize the Caribbean Court of Justice as its final court of appeal.



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