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Granger being referred to in Caribbean as ‘Sanctimonious Gangster’ – John Beale

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29 Jun 2020 12:58 #382573 by chairman
Remember Geriatric Granger was talking about state of EMERGENCY that is what Granger, Harmon and their holigans were planning to riot in the streets and blame the PPP, in the confusion they will swear in Granger and hoped that the ABCE COUNTRIES AND CARICOM WOULD accept him, but they forgot that the Ambassadors are on the ground and on to their hooliganism

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30 Jun 2020 12:22 #382597 by chairman
FINALLY GRANGER ADMITS THAT HE'S ACTUALLY INTERFERING IN GECOM'S WORK: Arguing that he resents the threats of sanctions from external actors and commentators, de facto President David Granger says that he expects a declaration of the elections results by this weekend, based on Chief Election Officer (CEO) Keith Lowenfield’s latest report showing a Coalition win.

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30 Jun 2020 12:26 #382599 by chairman

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01 Jul 2020 17:51 #382624 by chairman
To the CCJ:
you are now dealing with an undeclared military coup.

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01 Jul 2020 20:50 #382626 by chairman
Many are questioning the length of time – one full week – the CCJ gives itself to render a decision on the case before them today. Not me. I think the decision to take that amount of time makes sense, well thought out, and brilliant in many ways. Why so? A huge consideration before these Justices, is what happens immediately after the decision is announced. Will there be riots? Civil unrest? Mass protests? Violence? The Justices would rather not see any of that, and this is their best shot at preventing it, in my view. Think about it. What is the best and most effective way to avoid violence and unrest, and have a peaceful transition in Guyana right now? Exactly. The most effective way to accomplish that, is for Granger to concede, and speak presidentially to the country. What the Justices did in effect, is gave him time – 7 days – to do just that. I suspect, during that time, there will be many conversations between Granger and other heads of states, his peers – from Caricom countries, to OAS countries, to Commonwealth countries, to ABCE countries - encouraging him to do the right thing, i.e., concede, thereby avoiding potential riots. The Justices gave Granger an out, a lifeline, to secure his legacy. He has 7 days. Other heads of states, his peers, will be talking to him. Its his legacy to secure, or Burnham 2.0.

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02 Jul 2020 13:12 #382632 by chairman
AFTER LOSING AN ELECTION AND WITHOUT THE FORMAL DECLARATION OF THE RESULTS, HONEST AND DECENT LEADERS CONCEDE DEFEAT; BUT SANCTIMONIOUS GANGSTERS SAY: I NEVER CLAIMED VICTORY AND CANNOT CONCEDE DEFEAT!

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03 Jul 2020 07:49 #382643 by chairman
Parasites will commit the vilest, most hideous acts and say they acted in accordance with the laws.

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04 Jul 2020 16:42 #382660 by ketchim
The LAW however is ambigious in Guyana

Since Privy Council was replaced by CCJ :

Constitution still claim Court of Appeal is the highest for jurisdiction purpose

Guyana Parliament need to plug these holes .....

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06 Jul 2020 14:12 #382681 by chairman
If the people of Guyana ALLOWS Mingo& Lowenfield to get off others will do same in the future.

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06 Jul 2020 18:42 #382693 by chairman
Let this sink in... a party attempting to stay in power through a rigged election and dictatorship is forcing its most impoverished supports to go out during a pandemic and protest on their behalf. Granger lost because he doesn’t care.

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