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APNU/AFC insists no need to release SoPs

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16 Oct 2020 11:46 #385337 by raisa
Even as the APNU/AFC Coalition contends that it is the rightful winner of the March 2, 2020 elections, the party is still adamant that there is no need to make its Statements of Poll (SoPs) public as it proceeds with the election petitions filed.

During a press conference on Thursday, Senior Counsel Roysdale Forde, who is one of the leading attorneys representing the Coalition, told reporters that the issue of the SoPs does not form any part of their case.

He therefore argued that there will be no need to rely on them during the hearing of the two elections petitions filed to challenge the outcome of the March 2 polls.

“Insofar as those issues we’ve raised in our elections petition form the basis of substructure in our case, in my opinion, we do not need to rely first factually or evidentially on those statements of poll; and secondly, the very fact that the declarations were made on the Recount requires us to pay attention to the Statements of Recount and the certificates of district tabulation, and those documents which were generated and fabricated for the purpose of delivering an elections results for the PPP and installing them as the Government of this country,” Forde posited.

The Coalition has claimed it won the March 2 elections but is yet to release the SoPs which contain the votes calculated at each polling stations, which when tabulated would indicate the winner.

However, a National Recount exercise conducted subsequently revealed that the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) in fact won the elections by 15,416 votes over the APNU/AFC.

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18 Oct 2020 17:21 - 18 Oct 2020 17:22 #385376 by ketchim
Roysdale Ford has an Idiot for a Lawyer ....hahahaha
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23 Oct 2020 12:08 #385451 by chairman
On November 24th acting Chief Justice Roxane George-Wiltshire SC will commence hearing arguments on preliminary issues raised in the two election petitions filed by the main Opposition and she asserted that the petitions should be heard together though a final decision has not yet been taken.

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24 Oct 2020 12:02 #385462 by chairman
Registration to vote should be a personal responsibility. Provide documentary evidence to a registration official which will then be centrally verified is the way to go.

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28 Oct 2020 12:35 #385526 by chairman
They are dropping like flies. There goes chances of making a comeback in 2025. The visionless Coalition failed to see that the shabby treatment inflicted on their junior partners a result sadly for them this fall off translates to the few votes of the swing voters( something that Dominick's spoke about a while back -but the visionless APNU could not understand that fact.The PNC dominated APNU have no chance of making a comeback if they choose the current path they are carving out for themselves.they will remain in the opposition for a very longtime to come.

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28 Oct 2020 12:36 #385527 by chairman
Former Region Five Councillor Abel Seetaram has resigned from the Alliance For Change (AFC), while claiming that the party’s leadership has lost its way.

Seetaram has also accused the party of not representing its regional members and allowing its coalition partner APNU to make all the decisions while they were in government from 2015 to this year.

In a letter to the party’s leader, Khemraj Ramjattan, Seetaram wrote, “My decision to part ways with the AFC since its formation is with a heavy heart after serious consideration to several matters that the party did not and I believe is unable to handle in making its own decisions since joining the APNU\PNC in 2015.”

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28 Oct 2020 12:38 #385528 by chairman
Again another story by an AFC member I think the Guyanese people already know that the AFC was just a PNCR puppet when it come to decision making went into office just to full their pocket and think about them self and friends and forget about their promises they make to the Guyanese how more dirty politic can get.

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