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More Complaints About Service At The Hospital

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The Independence Debate

As the country celebrates 42 years of independence we are again bombarded with the argument concerning whether or not Grenada is truly independent.

This is a discussion that can go on incessantly as opposing debaters on the issue can find an amazing array of justifications for either yea or nay. To many persons, the argument about whether or not the country is truly independent is pointless as despite how developed or advanced we become someone will still find a way to explain how not independent we are as a people.

In 1974 we achieved the basic tenets of political independence when we ceased to be governed by the principles of associated statehood. We now have a prime minister, responsible for the configuration of a ruling cabinet and our own constitution so independence in that sense we had achieved.

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The Organic Option for Agriculture

From the time Grenada became independent and of course dating back long before that, agriculture has been a significant involvement of the population, whether recreational, subsistence or economic. Agriculture, for many years, has been the country’s main foreign exchange earner and has had its periods of high and low. However for years now, we have not seemed to be able to find our niche or our corner, as far as agricultural production and markets are concerned. 

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Not The Same Old Thing Again

The presentation to their subjects of an estimate of revenue and expenditure is a big event on the annual calendar of governments in many parts of the world.

In countries that are governed under the Westminster form of administration the presentation of these estimate is done during a specially convened sitting of the House of Representatives and in Grenada and almost certainly other jurisdictions, it is simply referred to as the “reading of the budget”.

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