Why can’t the Organs of the Caribbean Community, like the Conference of Heads of Government make laws directly for Caribbean Community nationals without the intervention of their national assemblies or parliaments?

This is because the Caribbean Community is an association of sovereign States and any decisions of the Organs of the Community must be enacted into local law by national assemblies before such decisions can create rights and obligations for nationals of the Caribbean Community. This is an extremely important feature of the Caribbean Community!

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