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Antigua & Barbuda Prime Minister Hon. Gaston Browne’s at the public education campaign launch

Governor General Sir Rodney Williams; President of the Caribbean Court of Justice, the Hon. Justice Dennis Byron; Acting High Court Judge, the Hon. Justice Pearletta Lanns; Leader of the Opposition, the Hon. Baldwin Spencer; Moderator and Attorney General, the Hon. Steadroy Benjamin; Speaker of the House of Representatives, Sir Gerald Watts; Members of both Houses of Parliament, Chairman of the National …

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Conversations on The Integrity of the CCJ

CONVERSATIONS ON THE INTEGRITY OF THE CCJ, SELECTION OF JUDGES, AND INSULATION FROM POLITICAL INFLUENCE OR INTERFERENCE Qualifications Manner of Appointment Security of Tenure Constitution of the Court Enforcement of Court Orders Privileges and Immunities Financial Provisions   Qualifications at least 5 years as a Judge in any of the Caribbean jurisdictions, or in a civil law jurisdiction or in any part …

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From whence the Privy Council?

THE PRIVY COUNCIL HAS SERVED US WELL, BUT . . . . By Memorandum of Understanding dated July 29, 2015 the Government and the Official Opposition agreed to work together towards introducing constitutional reform which would necessitate final approval by the people by way of referendum. One of the changes proposed is delinking with the Privy Council as our final …

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Former Attorney General – Jurisprudence from the Privy Council

THE PRIVY COUNCIL HAS SERVED US WELL, BUT . . . . By Memorandum of Understanding dated July 29, 2015 the Government and the Official Opposition agreed to work together towards introducing constitutional reform which would necessitate final approval by the people by way of referendum. One of the changes proposed is delinking with the Privy Council as our final …

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Our Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court

THE PRIVY COUNCIL HAS SERVED US WELL, BUT …… By Memorandum of Understanding dated July 29, 2015 the Government and the Official Opposition agreed to work together towards introducing constitutional reform which would necessitate final approval by the people by way of referendum. One of the changes proposed is delinking with the Privy Council as our final court of appeal, …

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The Agreement Establishing the CCJ

THE PRIVY COUNCIL HAS SERVED US WELL, BUT ….. By Memorandum of Understanding dated July 29, 2015 the Government and the Official Opposition agreed to work together towards introducing constitutional reform which would necessitate final approval by the people by way of referendum. One of the changes proposed is delinking with the Privy Council as our final court of appeal, …

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