The contemporary political history of Grenada
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- Women Making Their Presence Felt
- By Peter Richards, IPS, 23 December 1998. As the date for
the next general election draws near, women in Grenada
seem to hold the keys to its outcome
- PM Mitchell seeks to calm industrial
- Antigua Sun, 12 May 2000. Employees of Cable
& Wireless Grenada Ltd. and the Grenada Electricity
Company, who are members of the militant Technical and
Allied workers Union, have threatened to shutdown the
country in a bid to save the jobs of 26 striking employees
of the Grenada Broadcasting Network.
- Grenada Seeks Truth, Reconciliation—and
- By Bert Wilkinson, IPS, 16 October 2001. Grenada seeks to
heal wounds inflicted by political turmoil, the killing of a
prime minister, and a U.S. invasion.
- Minimum wage being revised
- Granadian Voice, 26 June 2002. In the wake of
several wage disputes, the government is now in the process
of revising the Minimum Wage in the country.
- Venezuelan gov’t approves humanitarian
aid to Grenada
- Xinhua, 12 September 2004. The Venezuelan government
approved on Saturday 1 million US dollars in humanitarian
relief for Grenada, where at least 24 people were killed and
90 percent of houses damaged by Hurricane Ivan.