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New Commentaries

New commentaries have been added.   See Commentaries section.  The most recent commentary is entitled:  The CCJ: A Court for the People. As referenda in Grenada and Antigua and Barbuda are scheduled for November 2018 on changing their constitutions to replace the British Judicial Committeee of the Privy Council with the Caribbean Court of Justice, the merits of doing so should be put squarely on the table.  One of the merits is access to justice that the CCJ provides for the less well-off.   The Privy Council has been the final appelate court for governments and the wealthy.  The CCJ can bring social equality in justice.

President of the Caribbean Court of Justice, Adrian Saunders