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The Draft Constitution of the Commonwealth of Grenada

The Parliament of Grenada Country Resources Constitutions Grenada Legislation/regulation

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To re-enact and ordain this Basic Law as the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Grenada, in order to secure for ourselves and our Posterity, the Rights, Liberties and Freedoms that are constitutive of the moral ideal of Human Dignity; to provide for and to promote good democratic governance of our Tri-Island State; and to provide for the Common Good and for the General Welfare of all our People.


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