The head of state in Grenada is Queen Elizabeth II and the governor-general is her representative. The governor-general is appointed by the Queen on the advice of the prime minister, according to the Constitution of Grenada. The governor-general relates directly to Her Majesty on matters affecting Grenada and references from Her Majesty are transmitted through her governor-general, who will refer to the Grenadian authorities and, in matters of law, exercise his powers under the constitution. Neither the Queen nor the governor-general takes an active role in the executive functions of government. It is the responsibility of the prime minister to keep the governor-general fully informed concerning the general conduct of the government and supply him with any information he may request with respect to the government.
|Governor-General organisations in Grenada|
|Office of the Governor-General||