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Cruise referendum appeal set to go ahead via video-link

The court battle over plans for a referendum on a planned cruise port in Cayman is set to go ahead via video-link on 6 May.

Breaking down the referendum judgment

The ongoing saga over government’s plan to build new cruise berthing facilities in George Town took another twist on Wednesday following a judgment from the Grand Court. Justice Tim Owen ruled that government must put in place a general framework law setting out a fair process for how people-initiated referendums are handled before it sets the date and question for the poll. Here we break down his judgment and the repercussions for the port project.

Updated: Judge rules in favour of port challengers

Justice Tim Owen on Wednesday ruled in favour of Cruise Port Referendum Cayman’s Shirley Roulstone and the National Trust in a judicial review of government’s planned referendum on the proposed $200 million cruise berthing and port facility.

Judge rules in favour of CPR, National Trust in referendum judicial review

Justice Tim Owen has ruled in favour of Cruise Port Referendum Cayman and the National Trust in a judicial review of government's planned referendum...

Elections Office will have to seek money for 2020 referendum

The Elections Office said it will have to seek more money from government for 2020 referendum.

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