Grenada Referendum 2018

On November 6, 2018, Grenadians went to the polls to decide whether or not they would replace the London-based Privy Councel with the Caribbean Court of Justice as the final court of appeal. Every registered person was given the opportunity to cast his/her ballot to decide if they would remain or leave the Privy Council. Polls opened at 6 a.m. and closed at 5 p.m. The results of this referendum is still available here on this website. In order to be able to view the results however, you need to register with an email address and password. Please do so to access all the available data. Please click on the link below. You can also view the results of the last election 2018 here.

View Referendum 2018 Results & Statistics here. »



The Parliamentary Elections Office is guided by the philosophy that all citizens must be served with dignity, honesty and respect for their right to information pertaining to the electoral process. It is therefore imperative that the Office does everything within its power, and in accordance with the Constitution of Grenada and the Representation of the People Act of 1993 and the amendment thereof, to allow all persons to participate in the electoral process without hindrance or fear of discrimination. The Office is committed to the advancement of democracy for all citizens.


To continuously register all eligible persons to vote, produce voters’ identification cards, publish the list of Electors and to conduct Elections in accordance with Legislation.


The Parliamentary Elections Office envisions a transparent and impartial electoral process in accordance with the Constitution Order of Grenada and the Representation of the People Act and Amendments