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GUYANA | “Order No.60 deeply flawed” John Jeremie tells Appellate Court

GEORGETOWN,  Guyana, The Guyana Chronicle, July 26, 2020 -- In a legal battle of words that spanned more than five hours on Saturday, former Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago, Senior Counsel John Jeremie, told the Court of Appeal that the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) has no other choice than to declare the results of the General and Regional Elections based on the 10 Declarations made by the Returning Officers last March.

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  • Countries Guyana
  • Published in Justice

GUYANA | Lowenfield to submit report based on orders from GECOM Chair

GEORGETOWN,  Guyana, July 14, 2020- Following the rejection of Saturday’s report to the Guyana Elections Commission by the Chief Election Officer,  Chair of the Guyana Elections Commission has now instructed him to submit a report in keeping with her original request.

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  • Countries Guyana

GUYANA | Chief Elections Officer seeks clarification for final report

GEORGETOWN, Guyana. July 10, 2020 -  Today’s meeting of the Guyana Elections Commission ended after more than two hours with no final report being submitted by the Chief Election Officer after he sought a number of clarifications from the Chairman of the Elections.

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  • Countries Antigua_Barbuda

GUYANA | CCJ Rules, Guyana Court of Appeal Decision Thrown out

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, July 8, 2020 - The Caribbean Court of Justice, having found that it did indeed have jurisdiction to hear the appeal in the Guyana Election case, in a unanimous verdict, threw out the decision of the Guyana Appeal Court that inserted the word “valid” into the consideration of votes for the election of a president.

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  • Countries Guyana
  • Published in Justice

GUYANA VOTES | CCJ To rule on Election Declaration case next Wednesday

Guyana, Thursday, July 2, 2020 - The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) will rule next Wednesday, July 8 on whether it has jurisdiction to grant the leave of appeal filed by the People’s Progressive Party which is challenging the decision of Guyana’s Court of Appeal.

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  • Countries Guyana

Guyana not a colony of CARICOM

THE GUYANA CHRONICLE, EDITORIAL, June 29, 2020- THE recent utterances on Guyana’s elections and, by extension, its internal affairs by Barbadian Prime Minister, Mia Mottley, and Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves of St. Vincent and the Grenadines are a cause for concern not only in Guyana, but in the rest of the CARICOM sub-region. Ms. Mottley’s video statement on Wednesday went to places that Gonsalves did not go. She arrogated unto herself the role of judge and jury in Guyana’s elections impasse. But more than that, she spoke as if the Guyanese people have elected her as their spokesperson and governor.

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  • Countries Guyana
  • Published in Opinion
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