1) The Medal of Honour of the Order of Saint Lucia herein called the
"Medal of Honour" may be awarded in connection with the Order to any
a) has rendered eminent service of national importance to Saint Lucia, or
b) has performed an outstanding brave or humane act to a national of
Saint Lucia or other country.
(a) The Medal of Honour may be awarded in Gold or Silver.
(b) The Medal of Honour when awarded under sub-paragraph 1(b) of this
Article shall be awarded in Gold only for acts of conspicuous courage in
circumstances of extreme peril; and shall be awarded in Silver only for acts
of bravery in hazardous circumstances.
Awards in any of these categories shall not be limited in any year nor
included in the determination of any quota set by this Constitution.
c) The Medal of Honour may be awarded posthumously when awarded under
sub-clause 1(b) of this Article but a deceased recipient does not become a
member of the Order.
3) Subject to the provisions of 2(b) The Governor General may award the
Saint Lucia Medal of Honour to no more than three persons in any one class on
the institution of the Order; and not more than two in either-of the Classes
in any one year.