The Grenada government will be taking a second shot at a referendum, hoping to get the support needed to make the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) the island’s final court of appeal. Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell said a second referendum will be held before the end of the year. It will come two years after 12,635 Grenadians voted against the CCJ. Mitchell’s New National Party, which was re-elected to office in general elections on March 30 this year, had supported the Bill, but the opposition National Democratic Congress opposed the reforms. Mitchell said the CCJ is an important issue to take a second look at.