Saudi Fund Loan authorisation approval is pre-emptive measure

Prime Minister Dickon Mitchell said that his administration’s decision to seek authorisation from the Lower House of Parliament to borrow US$100 million from the Saudi Fund for Development (SFD) is a pre-emptive measure so that if a decision is made to sign a loan agreement with the Fund, his government already has Parliament approval. “Authorisation to borrow […]

Clouden welcomes the government’s plans to legalize marijuana

One of Grenada’s leading advocates in the fight for the legalization of marijuana, attorney-at-law Anslem Clouden has welcomed with open arms, the government’s pronouncement of the pending legalization of the banned drug cannabis via the throne speech delivered to the Upper and Lower Houses of Parliament on Tuesday.In outlining the government’s plans for the next […]

Both Houses of Parliament approve NIS Act amendments

Both the Lower and Upper House members have approved amendments to the National Insurance Act that will see changes and penalties for those who violated the mandatory provisions of the Act when it comes to payment of contributions, increasing the age for retirement and changing the definition of a child. Members of the Lower House […]

Government unable to inform about total travel cost

Finance Minister Dennis Cornwall has informed the Lower House of Parliament that his Ministry is unable to provide Parliament with the list of names of each delegation who travelled on behalf of the Government for the period 23 June 2022 to 31 May 2023. “This information is not available within the Ministry of Finance as […]


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