Cruise Port Referendum Cayman says it will hand in its petition signatures next week.
It comes as the grassroots group met with H.E. Governor Martyn Roper Friday (7 June).
CPR Cayman said, in a statement, it wanted to meet with both the Elections Office and the Governor on the referendum process before handing in its petition.
It said it also wanted assurances on the verification process.
Following the meeting, Mr. Roper posted on his social media page, “I recognise many people have strong views on both sides of this issue. I underlined I will work closely with Elections Office who report to me. I attach the highest importance to good governance, due process, rule of law and upholding our Constitution.”
Read CPR’s statement below: