As pre-election activities intensify, the Royal Grenada Police Force is urging supporters of political parties to conduct themselves responsibly and refrain from behaviors that are antagonistic in nature and which can result in a breach of the peace.
The RGPF in particular express concerns about the blockage of roads thus disrupting the free flow of traffic, and remind the general public that it is an offense for anyone to “interrupt the free passage of a vehicle, person or animal or allowing a vehicle or trailer to cause unnecessary obstruction. (Road Traffic Act Chapter 5 Continuous Revised Laws of Grenada 1994).
Further, the RGPF advises that a person shall be guilty of an offense if he or she in a public place or at a public meeting uses threatening, abusive or insulting words or behavior or distributes or displays any writing, sign or visible representation which is threatening, abusive or insulting.
The RGPF is advising persons engaging in any such behaviors to desist immediately and wish all a crime and violent free election.