GECOM commissioner Sandra Jones passes away

Commissioner of the Guyana Elections Commission, Sandra Jones has died.

Jones became a member of GECOM in 2012 after the death of Deputy Mayor of Georgetown Robert Williams.

At the time of her nomination then Leader of the Opposition David Granger noted that Jones would bring to the commission more than 25 years of experience as a Human Resources Management and Organisational Development specialist.

Most recently Jones served as a member of the Commission of Inquiry into the Public Service.

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