Grenada Broadcasting Network

6th July 2022

  

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Last week two former Prime Ministers entered into the newly formed CCLP, the Coalition of Caribbean Leaders for Peace.
This allows regional organizations and international leaders in the Caribbean Community to adopt laws to prevent violence, through leveraging the power of civil society.
Former Prime Ministers Tillman Thomas and Guyana’s Samuel Hines entered into the newly formed CCLP, Coalition of Caribbean Leaders for Peace.
The CCLP goal is to work closely with regional organizations and international leaders in the Caribbean Community, encouraging those in office to adopt international peace law – the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW).
The intent is for the law to be presented as a regional resolution through CARICOM.
The trip also marked the 5th Annual Commemoration of Heavenly Culture and World Peace, the World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit held in Seoul, South Korea.
Samuel Hinds, former Prime Minister of Guyana and Co-Chair of CCLP, when asked what’s the most important need for the Caribbean, he answered “Peace and the culture of peace.”
The Coalition was officially launched in August this year.

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