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Генерал-губернатор Гренады
Гренадский государственный и политический деятель,

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Биография
 
Гренадский государственный и политический деятель, генерал-губернатор Гренады с 7 мая 2013 г., первая женщина на этом посту. Специалист в области продовольственной безопасности (получила образование в университете Вест-Индии, а затем окончила магистратуру и защитила докторскую диссертацию в университете Мэриленда). Офицер ордена Британской империи, а также (по должности) дама большого креста ордена Святого Михаила и Святого Георгия.

C'bean integrity commissions form Commonwealth body to fight corruption

Governor General of Grenada Dame Cecile La Grenade (second right) takes the mic at the first Commonwealth Regional Conference for Heads of Integrity Commissions and Anti-Corruption Bodies in the Caribbean, in Grenada last week. Seated next to her are (from left) Justice Dame Monica Joseph, chairperson of the Integrity Commission of Grenada, Dr Keith Mitchell, prime minister of Grenada, and Roger Koranteng, governance and anti-corruption adviser at the Commonwealth Secretariat. The conference ended on Friday. (PHOTO: COMMONWEALTH SECRETARIAT)
 
NATIONAL authorities from 12 Commonwealth countries in the Caribbean have joined forces to establish a new regional body to enhance transparency and help fight corruption.
It's called the Association of Integrity Commissions and Anti-Corruption Bodies in the Commonwealth Caribbean. It was formed at the first Commonwealth Regional Conference for Heads of Integrity Commissions and Anti-Corruption Bodies in the Caribbean, which was convened last week, June 22-26, by the Commonwealth Secretariat in Grenada and hosted by the Integrity Commission of Grenada.

TCI Integrity Commission elected to regional ethics body

THE TURKS and Caicos Islands’ Integrity Commission has been elected into the first executive committee of a newly formed integrity commissions and anti-corruption bodies of Commonwealth Caribbean.
 
At the beginning of a five-day, first ever conference held in Grenada, an association of these institutions was inaugurated on June 22 by the Governor-General of Grenada, Dame Cecile La Grenade.
 
The new association is the first of its kind in the Commonwealth Caribbean and provides a regional platform to promote integrity and combat corruption in public life through collaboration, cooperation, sharing of good practices and country experiences, skills and other resources, director of the TCI’s commission, Eugene Otuonye said in a release.

GG Dame Cecile La Grenade Statement on the Passing of Sir Paul Scoon 

ST. GEORGE’S, GRENADA, Tuesday, September 03, 2013 – GIS:It was with deep sadness that I received the news of the death of Sir Paul Scoon on the afternoon of September 2, 2013.
Sir Paul was an educator, public servant and Governor General who served Grenada with distinction. His influence was felt in many areas and he retained a keen interest in the education of Grenada’s youth. He maintained his conviction and belief in Service to Country almost up to the end of his life, until illness took its toll on him over the past few months.
 
He took an active part in the GRENLEC secondary School debating competition and was an ardent supporter and adjudicator until 2012. He was the Chairman of the National Awards Committee and held several other voluntary positions.

Remarks by H.E. Ou Boqian at the Reception of the 10th Anniversary of Resumption of diplomatic Relationship between China and Grenada

H.E. Dame Cécile La Grenade, Governor General,
Dr. The Rt. Hon. Keith Mitchell, Prime Minister,
Hon. Elvin Nimrod, Deputy Prime Minister,
Hon. Dr. Clarice Modeste–Curwen, Foreign Minister,
Hon. Ministers, Members of Parliaments,
Colleagues from the Diplomatic Corps,
Friends form Media,
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Good evening!
I'm very honored and delighted to have all of you here to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the resumption of diplomatic relation between the People's Republic of China and Grenada. Please allow me to express my sincere welcome and heartfelt appreciation, to Dr. The Rt. Hon. Keith Mitchell, Prime Minister of Grenada, for your visionary strategic decision to re-establish diplomatic ties between our two countries,to Hon. Elvin Nimrod, for your efforts of signing the Joint Communiqué with Chinese counterpart on this same day ten years ago, to the members of the Grenada-China friendship associations, to all of the friends here tonight, you may find your images on the picture wall, for your precious contributions to China-Grenada relationship and for your love in soul for our friendship. If we compare our friendship as a thriving and flourishing tree,your efforts is just like fertilization and irrigation.
 
As stated in the congratulation letters from Governor General H.E. Dame Cécile La Grenade to Chinese president Xi Jinping and from Prime Minister Dr. The Rt. Hon. Keith Mitchell to Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, our two countries have witnessed comprehensive development in our bilateral relationship and fruitful mutually beneficial cooperation in all fields in the past decade.

Governor-General of Grenada visits primary school in Willesden

Dame Cécile La Grenade, the Governor-General of Grenada and High Commissioner Joslyn Whiteman visited St Jospehs RC Primary School in Willesden
 
Dame Cécile La Grenade, the Governor-General of Grenada, met pupils and staff at St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Primary School in
Goodson Road.
 
The Governor-General is currently in London to visit the Queen where she will officially receive the prestigious honour of Dame Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George.
Joined by High Commissioner Joslyn Whiteman, both witnessed lessons, answered questions from children and explained their roles in serving the Queen, the Commonwealth and their Caribbean island.

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