Christian Association issues “Letter Before Action” to government | Loop Cayman Islands - Loop News Cayman

The Christian Association for Civics and Political Education (CACPE), known locally as the “Christian Association”, has issued a Letter Before Action to the Cayman Islands Government (CIG) regarding an anticipated mandating of the COVID-19 vaccine.

In the letter, which was addressed to the Members of Parliament, the Governor and the Chief Medical Officer, the Christian Association asserts that “a law of this nature would be incompatible with the fundamental human rights of people in the Cayman Islands. Those rights are assured by the Bill of Rights, Freedoms and Responsibilities (“the Bill of Rights”) contained within the Cayman Islands Constitution Order 2009 (“the Cayman Islands Constitution”) and enshrined within other international human rights treaties and charters by which the Cayman Islands are bound.”

In its conclusion the Christian Association states that it will hold Government liable “for all future harm that follows from the imposition of a mandatory vaccination law.”

The letter states that if such a law is passed, the Christian association will legally challenge it, arguing that it is incompatible with section 23 of the Bil of Rights of the Cayman Islands.

Public Relations Officer for the Christian Association, Kattina Anglin, has also vowed to support workers whose employers require that they take the vaccine.

“This is a different treatment of people with equal standing based on a particular characteristic or social status (unvaccinated) and therefore these...

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