Supervisor Of Elections Seeks Referendum Monitors

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(PRESS RELEASE)

In preparation for the upcoming Referendum, the Supervisor of Elections is inviting community organizations to nominate persons for the role of “Referendum Monitors”, on November 6th.

For the purposes of this function, according to the Constitutional Referendum Regulations Statutory Instrument, Clause 5:

  • A community organization shall, not later than 14 days prior to the Referendum, submit in writing to the Supervisor of Elections-

(a) The name of three referendum monitors for each polling station in the Constituency for appointment as referendum monitors.

(b) The name of one referendum monitor for the appointment as the Chief Referendum Monitor to oversee the operation of the conduct of the referendum in the constituency.

  • Where no names of Referendum monitors have been submitted by a community organization of a constituency at the end of the date for submission of names, the Supervisor shall consult with the Christian Council and the Labour Unions to assist in the selection of monitors for the Referendum

A community organization includes civil society organizations, commercial bodies, farmers organizations, media bodies, political parties, religious organizations and trade unions.

A total of 171 polling stations will be used for the process. The surnames for each station and locations are still being finalized and will be released as soon as possible.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Christian Council still around? What about the Rastafari Order of Melchizedek? Do they have a say too?

    We ready to vote NO to the CCJ!!! We tired of the media propaganda being pushed by the government. We have a mind of our own. We do not TRUST the CCJ nor the politicians who approve the judges. We ready to vote NO to the CCJ!! No we don’t want the CCJ!

    Hope the people of Grenada will REJECT the CCJ again like they did in 2016.

  2. You full of it …. Lol . You gonna vote no because of politics? LOL.
    Educate yourself bruv , the govt does not select judges.
    Cases at CCJ just like the Privy council is argued upon by more than one judge. It’s a panel of judges and they each must convince the other to their best of their ability.
    Fun fact. The Privy council is asking that the people who use the Privy council to get their own higher court. They don’t even want us using it. Lol . It’s located in the England and not even them use it. Lol .

    Maybe weed should be illegal. But change must come. 🙂

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