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Dr. Clarence Henry’s response to Grenada’s referendum experience

Head of The National Coordinating Committee, Dr. Clarence Henry’s response to Grenada’s referendum experience. The people of Grenada have spoken loudly and with much clarity, that they do not wish to have any amendment to their Constitution at this time. They were presented with seven bills from which to make their choices, either separately or collectively. The Referendum exercise gave …

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2016 Annual Leonard Tim Hector Memorial Lecture

Delivered at the Mutipurpose Cultural Centre, Perry Bay, St. John’s, Antigua on Thursday November 24, 2016. Our Accession to the Caribbean Court of Justice – embracing our independence, and a Caribbean legal masterpiece!   Ladies and Gentlemen: I crave your indulgence to begin this lecture by thanking the Leonard Tim Hector Memorial Committee from the bottom of my heart for its …

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AG Happy With Poll Results

By Everton Barnes Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Steadroy Benjamin, is expressing satisfaction with the results of the recent public opinion poll concerning the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ). Benjamin told CT that he is pleased with the poll showing that support for the CCJ comes from 65 percent of the electorate, which is quite close to the …

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NCC Hails Barbuda Visit

The National Coordinating Committee (NCC) is describing its two-day visit to Barbuda, which included a town-hall meeting on Thursday evening, as ‘fruitful, encouraging and well-received’. The NCC traveled to the sister island to engage Barbudans in the national campaign on whether or not Antigua and Barbuda should retain the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (JCPC) or accede to the …

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NCC Holds Successful Engagement with Students

Students at the Sir McChesney George Secondary School in Barbuda have been encouraged to be “the best they can be and view the law as a worthy profession to which they can aspire”. The encouragement came from attorney at law Amaya Athill during a presentation at the school Thursday morning as part of an engagement between the students and a …

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Nibbs Wants Statement from Political Leaders

Barbuda Parliamentary Representative, Hon. Arthur Nibbs, is calling on the leadership of the main political parties to issue a joint statement on the issue surrounding the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ). Nibbs made the call during a courtesy call by a team from the National Coordinating Committee (NCC) which is visiting Barbuda as part of its national public education campaign …

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Ringing Endorsement For the CCJ

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has received a resounding endorsement from the Barbuda Council, whose Chairman strenuously contended is the “way to go” and views the CCJ as a symbol of independence. Addressing members of the NCC who are currently on a two-day public education programme Wednesday in Codrington, David Shaw indicated that he “was enlightened” by the presentations …

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Barbudans Urged to Revive Spirit

Chairman of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) Trust Fund, Dr Linton Lewis, in a very sterling address to the Barbuda Council reminded the people of Barbuda of the ‘indomitable spirit’ of their forbearers that resulting in the freedom and independence from the bondage of slavery. He also reminded them that the independence for which they struggled for centuries ‘must …

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Caribbean Court Of Justice – Counting Down – Rawlston Pompey

By RAWLSTON POMPEY As far as regional integration is concerned, there has been a long and painful history. A conceptualized idea proposed by Jamaica, saw signatory States agreeing to the establishment of the “…Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ).” Then by mutual agreement, each has declared to comply with the “…General undertaking” purposefully crafted and contained in the “…Revised Treaty of …

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