The Caribbean Movement for Civil Empowerment (formerly the CARICOM Civll Society Network) is pointing to the continuing relevance of the Report of the West Indian Commission of 1992, except for one notable shortcoming: the absence of supranationality in its proposals to address Caricom’s implementation deficit.

Even though the West Indian Commission was completed and reported since 1992, it simply amazes me how well it speaks to the issues affecting the region; how poignantly it points out the problems that needs to be fixed, as well as how applicable and sensible some of its recommendations still are. However, something about it rather bothers me…

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