CCJ sets two days for no-confidence motion hearing

Recognizing what it says is the importance of the challenges filed to the controversial passage of the December 21st no-confidence motion against the David Granger-led APNU+AFC coalition government, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) will commence hearing the appeals a day earlier than previously announced.

Those hearings will now commence on May 9th at 10am.

Meanwhile, hearing of the challenge to the decision of the Guyana Court of Appeal to uphold President Granger’s appointment of Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) Chairman James Patterson remains set for May 8th…..

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