Western diplomats meet GECOM on poll readiness

-concern raised over impact of impasse on investment

The seven member commission, led by Chairman James Patterson (at far right), meeting with four diplomats yesterday. (GECOM photo)

Representatives of the American, British, Canadian and European Union missions here met yesterday with the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) on poll preparations and a concern was raised about the impact the current political situation could have on foreign investment.