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APNU/AFC attacks PM Mottley, ABCE diplomats

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26 Jun 2020 13:41 #382549 by chairman
After deeming the Caribbean Community as the most “legitimate interlocutor” in Guyana’s electoral process, the caretaker A Partnership for National Unit/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) Government has now launched an attack on the current Head of CARICOM, Barbadian Prime Minister Mia Mottley, after she spoke out on the recent move by Chief Elections Officer Keith Lowenfield to invalidate over 115,000 votes.

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26 Jun 2020 13:42 #382550 by chairman
The Caricom Chair had questioned, “On what grounds, and by what form of executive fiat, does the Chief Election Officer determine that he should invalidate one vote, far less 115,000 votes?”
while the Western envoys stressed that “every vote cast by every voter” must be reflected in the declaration of the final elections results.

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26 Jun 2020 13:42 #382551 by chairman
We call on Prime Minister Mottley and the named diplomats to refrain from enabling those who are seeking to impose fraudulent elections results on the people of Guyana and subvert the true will of the electorate,” the Coalition said in a statement late on Wednesday.

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26 Jun 2020 13:43 #382552 by chairman
APNU/AFC has since retracted their statement.

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26 Jun 2020 13:45 #382553 by chairman
Between March 3 to June 22, the caretaker government, that is not supposed to engage in capital expenditures, awarded over $2B in contracts for just over 45 governmental projects, according to Kaieteur News.

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