Countdown to Referendum Day
What is a Referendum?
A referendum is an election in which the People vote on the question whether they approve a Bill passed by the Lower House and Senate to amend the Constitution.
What is Constitution Reform?
Constitutional reform refers to the modification of the constitution of a nation or state.
When is the vote?
Grenada votes on Constitution Reform on November 24th, 2016.
There are eight (8) Bills for amendment of the constitution.
Seven (7) Bills will be voted on in the Referendum on November 24th 2016.
Bill 1. CCJ and Other Justice Related Matters
Bill 2. Elections and Boundaries Commission
Bill 3. Ensuring a Leader of the Opposition
Bill 4. Fixed Date for Elections
Bill 5. Name of State
Bill 6. Rights and Freedoms
Bill 7. Term of Office of Prime Minister
Objectives: To create a jingle for Constitution Reform that will be used during events and other promotional campaigns leading up to ‘Referendum Day’. To encourage everyone to share and express their support for the Constitution Reform process. Guidelines: The...read more
On 7th February, 2017 Grenadians will commemorate forty-three years of independence. A critical question is, what does independence mean? For the average Grenadian, at home and abroad, the meaning of independence is wrapped up in our Grenadian identity as demonstrated...read more
Dr. Francis Alexis explains the bills at large, focusing on two of the bills presented, which spur great...read more
Every Thursday on GIS TV from 9pm to 10pm, catch Referendum Countdown. Government Information...read more