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SHOULD GRENADIANS CONTINUE TO SWEAR ALLEGIANCE TO THE UK MONARCH? By Dr. Lawrence A. Joseph Very recently, the Parliament of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines enacted what some see as a most progressive piece of legislation. It is the Oaths of Officials Act which now enables officials when taking up office to swear allegiance to that country instead of to the Monarch of the United Kingdom (UK). Notwithstanding the passage of this Act,read more »
By Sir Lawrence A. Joseph In modern liberal democracies such as what we have here in Grenada, it is most important that we have individuals within the society who raise issues in order to provide the necessary checks and balances to governance. However such individuals must be extremely careful that they do not appear to be raising issues which, in the minds of ordinary Grenadians, portray themselves as scraping the bottom of the barrelread more »
By Sir Lawrence A. Joseph It was the 16th and early 17th century English poet and playwright, William Shakespeare who immortalized the title to this article in his play “Twelfth Night”. In that play, Duke Orsino of Illyria, resorted to music as a passion after his approaches to a wealthy lady seemed to have been rebuffed. The Duke said: “If music be the food of love, play on; give me excess of it, that surfeitingread more »
By Sir Lawrence A. Joseph If anyone had any doubts about the pragmatism of Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, those doubts would have been completely erased on the night of Monday 14th March 2016. On that night Dr. Gonsalves delivered a most stimulating lecture to a most enthusiastic audience at the Grenada Trade Centre. It was entitled “The Grenada Revolution: Historical Context, Impact, and Continuing Significance” and wasread more »
BY Sir Lawrence A. Joseph On Thursday 10th March 2016, Professor Brian Meeks delivered a lecture to a very large audience at the Annex of the Grenada Trade Centre. Professor Meeks is a Jamaican by birth and is presently holding the Chair of Africana Studies at Brown University which is one of the eight prestigious Ivy League universities in the USA. The lecture was the Second Annual Carol Bristol Distinguished Lecture Series whichread more »
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