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Legislators in Grenada have decided it's time to make individuals accountable for their social media postings. Extremely bad behavior is now punishable by fines and even jail time. Legislators in Grenada have decided it's time to make individuals accountable for their social media postings. Extremely bad behavior is now punishable by fines and even jail time. The law uses the specific language "offensive online comments' and the definition of offensive remains vague. It's believed that the primary targets of the legislation are posters and tweeters who use the platforms to slander individuals and companies. Those who've been offended will now file a complaint with the police and ultimately a judge will decide if they're overreacting or if what was said really is troubling. Also to ...
The Rights and Freedoms (Amendment) Bill, 2016 seeks to refine Grenadian’s civil rights protection in the Constitution, by altering it to include due process of law. What this means is “Any person who is arrested or detained shall have: ● The right to be informed, without delay, promptly, at the time of his arrest or detention, of the reason or reasons for his arrest or detention in a language that he understands; and ● The right, without delay, promptly after being arrested or detained, to retain, instruct and hold communication with a legal representative of his own choice and to be informed of that right.” To learn about the Rights and Freedoms (Amendment) Bill, 2016 visit www.grenadaconstitutionreform.com Let your vote count Referendum Day, 24 November 2016!
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Song: Prison Life Artist: Patrick Delves Director/Producer: Julien Kirton Editor: Julien Kirton © 2010 Jus' Anuh-da Studio. All Rights Reserved ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Living in the world today, we are bombarded by life's pressures. Frustrated we are tempted to retaliate. However before we act we should think twice. Prison Life, the second music video, written and performed by world renowned reggae artist, Patrick Delves, urges both young and mature alike to do just that. Shot on location in the Grenada, W.I., Prison Life follow the life of one youth as he encounters difficulties with the law. His story is used as an example for another young man who apparently had been ambushed and "beaten up". So sit back enjoy...
Granada; over a thousand years of Islamic and Christian history make this destination rank among the best in the world. We've put together our top 10 things to do, tell us in the comments section if you agree. 10. Plaza Nueva 9. Sacromonte 8. Tapas in Calle Elvira 7. Granada Cathedral 6. Albaicin 5. Mirador de San Nicolas 4. Semana Santa 3. Carmen de los Martires 2. Palacio de Carlos V 1. Alhambra &. Granada Science Park SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=top10travelorg TWITTER www.twitter.com/Top10TravelOrg FACEBOOK www.facebook.com/top10travelguide WEBSITE www.top10travel.org Disclaimer - This video is produced in accordance with copyright law and where appropriate the the correct license or permissions have been properly acquired.
06-03-14 School of Advanced Study http://www.sas.ac.uk/ http://events.sas.ac.uk/support-research/events/view/15956/Constitutionalism+as+a+Democrat%27s+Dream%3A++The+Grenada+Experience Dr Lawrence Joseph, President of the Senate, Grenada; S T Lee Visiting Professorial Fellow, School of Advanced Study, University of London In this lecture Dr Lawrence Joseph will address the history of constitutionalism in Grenada; the concept of constitutionalism as inclusive of the doctrine of separation of powers, independence of the judiciary and the rule of law; the overthrow of the constitutional government in Grenada; the return to constitutionalism. Dr Joseph is President of the Senate of Grenada and he is also a practising lawyer. Formerly he was Grenada's Attorney General and Speaker of the Hou...
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An amendment to Grenada’s citizenship bill has now crossed another hurdle, on its way to becoming law. The bill today received the approval of senators in the upper house, marking its passage through both houses of parliament. In supporting the bill, senators noted its relevance to both sports and culture.
Commissioner speaks out on police mobbing Head of the RGPF says the force will not, as law enforcers, allow undesirable behaviour to be associated with the Grenadian community, after a video has gone viral, showing a nail-biting confrontation between police and the public. 3,833 Views
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Driving me on
With the wind in my back
There is no turning around now
Got my mind in check
As I hear it's call
While observing this cursed world
As it swallows us all
I see the light
Over my bleeding hands
But it's fading away now
Leaving my faith in strands
As I hear it's call
While observing this cursed world
As it swallows us all
Come and wash away my fears
In these cold streets below
Before they rest on arms reversed