Rush Tv has obtained exclusive legal advice which suggest that the Governor General is responsible for the prorogation and opening of Parliament and not the Prime Minister. The legal advice suggest that in the exercise of these powers the Governor General does not need the advice of the Prime Minister but acts in his own deliberate judgment.
According to the constitutional expert, who wished to remain anonymous, everyone seems to have missed a small point in the Constitution of Grenada. (See section 57 of the Constitution Order of Grenada 1973)
The expert noted that, in-spite of all our claims to independence we are still under the control of the Queen and it is the Queen’s Parliament and by extension the Queen’s representative in Grenada the Governor General.