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Attorney General Cajeton Hood, flanked by the chairman of the Constitution Reform Advisory Committee CRACDr Francis Alexis, acknowledged that there was need for more public education on the bills, especially the Rights and Freedom Bill that some have claimed creates a loophole that could result in Grenada legalising same-sex unions.
Gender equality, according to the legislation, provides for both men and women to be entitled to equal rights and status in all spheres of life, especially in economic, educational, political, civic, and social activities. This is the appropriate time to recast the expressions into he or she, him or her.
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