Parliament of Grenada

Parliament of Grenada

Key Facts

Head of State: Prime Minister Keith Mitchell

Joined the Commonwealth: 1974

Capital City (location of Parliament): St George's

Unicameral/Bicameral: Bicameral - House of Representatives (15), Senate (13)

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CPA UK & Grenada

CPA UK has a good relationship with the Parliament of Grenada. In February 2020, a CPA UK parliamentary delegation visited the Parliament of Grenada, on the occasion of the UK opening a new British High Commission in Grenada.

Parliamentarians from Grenada have engaged with CPA UK through multilateral conferences and projects such as CPA UK's Annual Westminster Seminar and the Commonwealth Association of Public Accounts Committees (CAPAC). In January 2020, CPA UK hosted the CAPAC Caribbean Regional Workshop in Trinidad and Tobago, which focused on areas such as: what makes an effective PAC, preparing for inquiries, and the delivery and results of PAC inquiries. 

In 2016, Grenada also participated in the International Parliamentary Project on Sustainability, Energy and Development. The project involved parliamentarians from the Caribbean and Americas in a Regional Workshop hosted in Port of Spain and a Commonwealth-wide conference in London in March 2016 focusing on parliamentarians' role in oversight of energy and the implementation of the SDGs. 

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Our Recent Programmes

CPA UK Delegation to Barbados and Grenada, Bridgetown and St George's, 17-21 February 2020

A six-member Commonwealth Parliamentary Association UK (CPA UK) cross-party delegation of members and officials from the UK Houses of Parliament, visited Barbados and Grenada. programme of meetings and visits addressed topical issues such as international trade, security, climate change and disaster resilience. Read more here

Commonwealth Association of Public Accounts Committees: Caribbean Regional Workshop, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 21-23 January 2020

The CAPAC Caribbean Regional Workshop was attended by 31 Chairs, Members and Clerks from 11 Commonwealth Public Accounts Committees in the region. Participating PACs joined from Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Montserrat, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago and Turks and Caicos Islands. Delegates exchanged good practice for financial scrutiny and oversight and collaborated to find approaches to  shared challenges. The workshop formed part of CPA UK's work in the Commonwealth Partnership for Democracy (CP4D)

Caribbean Regional Workshop on Sustainability, Energy and Development, Port of Spain, 7-10 December 2015

CPA UK, working in partnership with the Parliament of Trinidad & Tobago delivered the Caribbean Regional Workshop on Energy, Sustainability & Development for Caribbean and UK parliamentarians.

The Workshop was one of three regional workshops to be delivered by CPA UK with UNDP as part of an International Parliamentary Project (IPP) following the adoption of the Sustainable Developments Goals (SDGs) by the international community.