Senate of Grenada

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The Senate is one of the chambers of the Parliament of Grenada. It has 13 appointed members.
Motto
"Ever Conscious of God We Aspire in the name of justice , Build and Advance as One People"
Anthem
Hail Grenada
Royal anthem
God Save the Queen
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Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary;<ref name="sur" /> born 21 April 1926) is the Queen regnant of sixteen independent states and their overseas territories and dependencies.
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Grenada

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Sir Daniel Charles Williams, GCMG (born 1935) is the current Governor-General of Grenada. He was formally appointed by Queen Elizabeth II on August 9, 1996 after having been nominated by Prime Minister Keith Mitchell.
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Grenada

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Keith Claudius Mitchell (born November 12, 1946) is the Prime Minister of Grenada. He is in his third term, having won elections in 1994, 1999 and 2003, but only has a majority by one seat in Parliament. He is leader of the New National Party.
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Grenada

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Politics of Grenada


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Grenada

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Politics of Grenada


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  • Elizabeth II
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  • Daniel Williams

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Grenada

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Politics of Grenada


  • Queen
  • Elizabeth II
  • Governor-General
  • Daniel Williams

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Grenada

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Politics of Grenada


  • Queen
  • Elizabeth II
  • Governor-General
  • Daniel Williams

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Grenada

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Politics of Grenada


  • Queen
  • Elizabeth II
  • Governor-General
  • Daniel Williams

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Grenada

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Politics of Grenada


  • Queen
  • Elizabeth II
  • Governor-General
  • Daniel Williams

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Grenada

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Politics of Grenada


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  • Elizabeth II
  • Governor-General
  • Daniel Williams

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bicameralism (bi + Latin camera, chamber) is the practice of having two legislative or parliamentary chambers. Thus, a bicameral parliament or bicameral legislature is a legislature which consists of two chambers or houses.
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Grenada

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Politics of Grenada


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  • Elizabeth II
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  • Daniel Williams

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