The Alliance For Change (AFC) yesterday congratulated President Irfaan Ali on his election while maintaining that there were “countless” irregularities at the March 2nd election and this would be pursued via a petition.
Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs François-Philippe Champagne yesterday said that Ottawa looks forward to working with President Irfaan Ali.
The Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Almagro, on Sunday congratulated the new President of Guyana, Dr.
The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) yesterday welcomed the conclusion of Guyana’s General and Regional Elections of 2 March 2020 with the declaration of the final results.
The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Shalimar Ali-Hack has discontinued criminal charges of misconduct in public office that were filed against the Chairperson of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), retired judge Claudette Singh.
Exactly five months after voters went to the polls and the rolling back of blatant efforts to rig the March 2nd general elections in favour of APNU+AFC, the PPP/C’s presidential candidate Irfaan Ali was dramatically sworn in yesterday as Guyana’s 9th President.
In one of his last official acts before demitting office, President David Granger yesterday recognised the declaration by the Chair of GECOM, Justice (ret’d) Claudette Singh of the recount results which showed a victory for the opposition PPP/C at the March 2nd polls and he also signalled that an election petition was in the offing.
The envoys of the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and the European Union yesterday congratulated Irfaan Ali on his swearing in as the President of Guyana and said they looked forward to “meaningful progress on constitutional reform and reconciliation”.
Acting Assistant Secretary for the US Department of State’s Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs, Michael Kozak yesterday congratulated President Irfaan Ali on his swearing in.
After months of wrangling over the results of the recount of votes from March 2nd and a slew of court cases, GECOM Chair Claudette Singh yesterday declared the PPP/C to be the winner of the controversy-ridden polls in the absence of the three government-appointed commissioners who had left in protest.
The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce & Industry (GCCI) yesterday congratulated Dr Mohamed Irfaan Ali on his appointment as the 9th Executive President of Guyana.
As he called for a swift declaration of the March 2nd General Elections using the recount votes which he said is inevitable, CARICOM Chairman and Prime Minister of St.
In a unanimous judgment, the Guyana Court of Appeal has dismissed the appeal filed by Misenga Jones, who was seeking to have the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) prevented from using the results of the national recount to declare a winner of the March 2nd elections.
The United States yesterday announced that additional “senior individuals” from Guyana will be prevented from entering the country for undermining democracy.
In the wake of a unanimous Guyana Court of Appeal (CoA) decision throwing out the latest challenge to the recount result by an APNU+AFC supporter, Organisation of American States (OAS) Secretary General, Luis Almagro yesterday said the right of appeal should not be abused.
President David Granger has reverted to stating that he will accept any declaration made by the Chair of the Guyana Elections Commission.
Despite stringent objections from several respondents, the appellant in the case of Misenga Jones vs the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) et al was yesterday granted a 24-hour stay on the effect of the Court of Appeal’s dismissal of the case.
Following the dismissal of the Misenga Jones appeal the members of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) have been invited to a meeting on Sunday at 10 am to discuss the way forward.
The Guyana Court of Appeals today delivers its decision in the case brought by Misenga Jones against The Guyana Elections Commission (Gecom) et al.
Private criminal charges of misconduct in public office have been filed against Chairperson of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) retired Justice Claudette Singh, for what complainants are alleging is her disregard of advice that the recount of votes of the March 2nd elections was unlawful.