First-level executive bodies in the machinery of government that manage a specific sector of public administration.
The establishment of the office of Governor-General is laid down in Chapter II, Section 19 of the Grenada Constitution Order 1973.
ARTICLE 58.-(1) There shall be a Prime Minister of Grenada, who shall be appointed by the Governor- General.
Leaders of His Majesty's Opposition
ARTICLE 66.-(1) There shall be a Leader of the Opposition who shall be Appointed by the Governor- General.
The House of Representatives
The House of Representatives has 16 members: 15 elected for a five-year term in single-seat constituencies, and a speaker.
The Senate consists of thirteen (13) non-elected Members. The members come from different sources.
Grenada has a written Constitution unlike the United Kingdom whose Constitution is unwritten.