Carter Center floats option for August election

-proposes activation of law to remove Guyanese emigrants from voters’ list

GECOM members in the meeting with the Carter Center

Given the concerns expressed that the existing voters’ list is ‘bloated’ with the names of Guyanese living abroad, representatives of the Atlanta, Georgia-based Carter Center yesterday suggested to the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) that general elections can be held in August if existing legislation is activated to remove such names from the list.

Court to rule on all no-confidence appeals tomorrow

The Guyana Court of Appeal will be delivering its ruling at 3 pm tomorrow on all three of the challenges to the December 21st, 2018 passage of the no-confidence motion against the David Granger-led government.

140 Venezuelan migrants arrive in Georgetown

A total of 140 Venezuelan migrants were processed  by the police yesterday morning after arriving in the city and while about half were released into the care of acquaintances/relatives, the others are being accommodated at Police Headquarters, Eve Leary.