1970 – At the Sixth Meeting of the Heads of Government conference of Commonwealth Caribbean Countries, the Jamaican delegation tabled a proposal for the establishment of a Regional Court of Appeal

“The Conference discussed the idea for the establishment of a Regional Court of Appeal. A general but not unanimous view was expressed that it was desirable that Commonwealth Caribbean countries should move towards the termination of appeals to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council.”

Press Release No. 16/1970 of the Commonwealth Caribbean Regional Secretariat on the conclusion of the Sixth Meeting of the Heads of Government conference of Commonwealth Caribbean Countries. (April 1970)

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