Grenada government postpones constitutional referendum again

ST GEORGE'S, Grenada -- Citing a need for additional time to complete the public education process, the government of Grenada has postponed yet again the referendum on constitutional reform most recently planned for October 27. In a press statement, the government...

ST GEORGE’S, Grenada — Citing a need for additional time to complete the public education process, the government of Grenada has postponed yet again the referendum on constitutional reform most recently planned for October 27. In a press statement, the government…

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