Accountability Watch

2018 Auditor General’s Report

On 30 September 2019, the Auditor General presented to the Speaker of the National Assembly his report on the audit of the public accounts for the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018.

Thwarting the will of the people to elect a gov’t of their choice is a betrayal of national trust and a serious human rights violation

The Commonwealth Charter recognises the inalienable right of individuals to participate in democratic processes, in particular through free and fair elections in shaping the society in which they live and for this right to be protected and respected.              Commonwealth Secretary General Patricia Scotland In last week’s article, we referred to the judicial intervention sought by one Eslyn David in relation to the recently completed recount of the votes cast in the 2020 elections.

Holding one’s breath for an expeditious, transparent and credible recount of the votes (Part III)

What has transpired in this sister Caricom country since the March 2, 2020 election has basically been a circus, and it is indeed a shame that up to this stage a credible count of the votes has not been completed.                                                    Jamaica Observer Since 21 December 2018, Guyana has not had a democratically elected government in place to manage the affairs of the country and to restore it to a state of normalcy.

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