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Grenadians reject efforts to adopt the CCJ as final court

SOURCE: CMC:  Grenadians voted for a second time within a two year period, to reject efforts to replace the London-based Privy Council as the island’s highest court. In a national referendum on Tuesday, the preliminary figures released by the Parliamentary Elections Office (PEO) show that the “No’ vote secured 12,133 as compared to 9,846 for those supporting the CCJ that ...

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Grenadians reject efforts to adopt the CCJ as final court

SOURCE: CMC:  Grenadians voted for a second time within a two year period, to reject efforts to replace the London-based Privy Council as the island’s highest court. In a national referendum on Tuesday, the preliminary figures released by the Parliamentary Elections Office (PEO) show that the “No’ vote secured 12,133 as compared to 9,846 for those supporting the CCJ that ...

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Grenadians reject efforts to adopt the CCJ as final court

SOURCE: CMC:  Grenadians voted for a second time within a two year period, to reject efforts to replace the London-based Privy Council as the island’s highest court. In a national referendum on Tuesday, the preliminary figures released by the Parliamentary Elections Office (PEO) show that the “No’ vote secured 12,133 as compared to 9,846 for those supporting the CCJ that ...

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Grenadians reject efforts to adopt the CCJ as final court

SOURCE: CMC:  Grenadians voted for a second time within a two year period, to reject efforts to replace the London-based Privy Council as the island’s highest court. In a national referendum on Tuesday, the preliminary figures released by the Parliamentary Elections Office (PEO) show that the “No’ vote secured 12,133 as compared to 9,846 for those supporting the CCJ that ...

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Grenadians reject efforts to adopt the CCJ as final court

SOURCE: CMC:  Grenadians voted for a second time within a two year period, to reject efforts to replace the London-based Privy Council as the island’s highest court. In a national referendum on Tuesday, the preliminary figures released by the Parliamentary Elections Office (PEO) show that the “No’ vote secured 12,133 as compared to 9,846 for those supporting the CCJ that ...

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Grenadians reject efforts to adopt the CCJ as final court

SOURCE: CMC:  Grenadians voted for a second time within a two year period, to reject efforts to replace the London-based Privy Council as the island’s highest court. In a national referendum on Tuesday, the preliminary figures released by the Parliamentary Elections Office (PEO) show that the “No’ vote secured 12,133 as compared to 9,846 for those supporting the CCJ that ...

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Grenadians reject efforts to adopt the CCJ as final court

SOURCE: CMC:  Grenadians voted for a second time within a two year period, to reject efforts to replace the London-based Privy Council as the island’s highest court. In a national referendum on Tuesday, the preliminary figures released by the Parliamentary Elections Office (PEO) show that the “No’ vote secured 12,133 as compared to 9,846 for those supporting the CCJ that ...

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Grenadians reject efforts to adopt the CCJ as final court

SOURCE: CMC:  Grenadians voted for a second time within a two year period, to reject efforts to replace the London-based Privy Council as the island’s highest court. In a national referendum on Tuesday, the preliminary figures released by the Parliamentary Elections Office (PEO) show that the “No’ vote secured 12,133 as compared to 9,846 for those supporting the CCJ that ...

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Bajans lose once again

The Under-20 Barbados national team fell to St Lucia last night going down 2-1 in their second matchup at the IMG Soccer Complex in Bradenton, Florida. The young Bajan Tridents threatened St. Lucia early, gaining the first goal-scoring opportunity courtesy a free kick by Niall Reid-Stephen which went too high and another two before the first 15 minutes of play ...

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Bajans lose once again

The Under-20 Barbados national team fell to St Lucia last night going down 2-1 in their second matchup at the IMG Soccer Complex in Bradenton, Florida. The young Bajan Tridents threatened St. Lucia early, gaining the first goal-scoring opportunity courtesy a free kick by Niall Reid-Stephen which went too high and another two before the first 15 minutes of play ...

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