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GUYANA | What happened to the powerful ABC&E Diplomatic Corps members ?

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, November 2, 2020 - Among the loudest whispered questions in Georgetown, today, is what’s happened to the once vocal and ubiquitous members of the diplomatic representatives of what has become known as the ABC&E countries? America, Britain, Canada and the European Union.

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  • Countries Guyana
  • Published in Opinion

GUYANA | Court to hear Election Petition Preliminary arguments November 24

GUYANA, OCTOBER 22, 2020 – Despite the strategic decision by the Opposition APNU/AFC to file two separate election petitions seeking to overturn the March 2 General and Regional Elections, Chief Justice Roxanne George-Wiltshire told today’s case management that she intends to hear both cases together.

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  • Countries Guyana
  • Published in Justice

GUYANA | Charges against GECOM Staff could be thrown out if they impact Election Petition

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, October 17, 2020 -  Lead Counsel for APNU/AFC Roysdale A. Forde, has cautioned that private and other charges that have been brought against members of the staff of the Guyana Elections Commission could be considered null and void, as the charges may have a direct impact on elections petitions filed by the opposition in August, and which will shortly be heard by the Supreme Court.

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  • Countries Guyana
  • Published in Justice

GUYANA | Election Petition Case Management to be held October 22

GEORGETOWN, October 15, 2020- The case management element of the election petition brought by the APNU/AFC Coalition challenging the validity of Guyana’s March 2 General and Regional Elections is set to be heard via teleconfernce on the 22nd of October before Chief Justice Roxann George-Wiltshire.

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  • Countries Guyana
  • Published in Justice

GUYANA | Chief Elections Officer face new charges, Lawyer says its a setup!

GEORGEWTOWN, Guyana, October 12, 2020 – C. Nigel Hughes, Attorney for Chief Election Officer Keith Lowenfield, is of the opinion that new forgery and misconduct charges filed by the Guyana police against his client today, was done in an effort to lay the groundwork for his dismissal from the Guyana Elections Commission.

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  • Countries Guyana
  • Published in Justice
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