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Caribbean jurisprudence

CCJ is 15 today

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) observes its 15th anniversary today. The Court, which is headquartered in Trinidad and Tobago, was inaugurated in 2005. The Court has an original jurisdiction and an appellate jurisdiction. Since
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No need to fear CCJ, PM Mottley

“No prime minister or president in the Caribbean has any say in the appointment of judges to the CCJ, so you Grenadians can rest assured that judges would not be politically motivated in their decision-making processes, but will have the…
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