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The battle for NDC leadership continues

THE BATTLE APPEARS to have begun in honest for the leadership of the National Democratic Congress as the party seeks to look past the defeated leadership of Tillman Thomas. 706 more words

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Gonsalves thanks Grenada’ Mitchell for noting SVG’s success

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent, March 18, IWN — When the then opposition in Grenada was making a case for the election of the New National Party (NNP), it pointed to the Vincentian economy as an example of diligent management. 380 more words

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LANDSLIDE: NNP sweeps Grenada 2013 Election winning all 15 seats

Grenada Elections Day – February 19 2013…..results are in!

ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada, 19 February 2013 (CMC) – Supporters of the main opposition New National Party (NNP) took to the streets in celebration here on Tuesday night after the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) conceded defeat in the general election. 60 more words

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Gonsalves ready to accept choice of Grenadian, Barbadian voters

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent, Feb. 19, IWN – The second longest-serving head of government in CARICOM, St. Vincent’s Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, says he is ready to work with whichever leader the electorates in both Grenada and Barbados select.. 275 more words

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MP for St. George's South says she will work for the development of Grenada

Less than one month in her new portfolio,Minister for the Environment and Foreign Trade, Glynnis Roberts says she is willing to work for the development of the island. 382 more words

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Finance Minister welcomes Chinese delegation to Grenada

Acting Prime Minister, Hon. Nazim Burke, on Wednesday welcomed Mr. Chen Changzhi, Vice Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress of the Peoples Republic of China (PRC) and a twenty member delegation to the Prime Minister’s Office. 293 more words

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GRENADA PM says former MP Peter David is pushing an opposition agenda

Grenada’s Prime Minister Tillman Thomas has openly accused his former Tourism Minister Peter David of having an opposition agenda. 433 more words

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