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By Sir Ronald Sanders (The writer is a Consultant, Senior Research Fellow at London University and former Caribbean diplomat)   For years nationals of the 15 nation Caribbean Community (CARICOM) have complained of the discrimination they’ve experienced at the border controls of each other’s countries.   This discrimination has ranged in many […]

Caribbean Court of Justice Delivers For The Caribbean’s People


By Sir Ronald Sanders By the time this commentary is read, Heads of Government of the 15-nation Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM) will have celebrated the 40th anniversary of the inter-governmental organisation.   There is cause for celebration, but there is also reason for lamentation. Heads of Government will have rightly pointed […]

CARICOM at 40: An Alternative Agenda


By Norman Girvan The Portia Simpson-Miller led People’s National Party (PNP) is back in office in Jamaica, having won the December 29 parliamentary election by the impressive margin of 41 seats to 22. Early reports are that nearly one-half of the eligible electors did not vote; and that the PNP […]

Jamaica’s PNP—Back in the Saddle Again



Basseterre, St. Kitts, A series of public education events aimed at sensitizing the public in St. Kitts and Nevis about the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) started on Monday 29th August 2011 in Nevis. The events precede the swearing in on Thursday 1st September of native-born Sir Dennis Byron as […]

Public Education Events To Sensitize Residents On CCJ


BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS Legal luminaries from across the region and beyond will descend on St. Kitts and Nevis next week to witness the historic swearing-in of Kittitian-born the Right Honourable Sir Charles Michael Dennis Byron as the President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ).

Sir Dennis to Take Oath as President of CCJ at ...