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GUYANA | Racial tension mounts over gruesome killing of West Berbice youths

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, September 9, 2020 - The gruesome killing of two afro-Guyanese boys in the West Berbice section of Guyana is causing severe disquiet in that CARICOM country, as it is widely felt that their death was a “hate killing” resulting from racial tensions in the wake of the March 2 general elections.

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GUYANA | GECOM cleared to finally announce winner of March 2 General Elections

Georgetown, Guyana Aug. 2, 2020 - The Guyana Elections Commission is to make a declaration on the results of the March 2, National and Regional elections, which is expected to show the opposition Peoples Progressive party winning the elections over the incumbent A Partnership for National Unity+Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC).

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OAS | US representative to OAS wants Granger administration out of office

GEORGETOWN, July 22, 2020 -  Despite appeals by Guyana’s Foreign Minister Dr. Karen Cummings and Attorney General Basil Williams to the Organization of American States, OAS,  for patience to allow the court process to resolve the controversy over the election results, United States Deputy Permanent Representative to the OAS, Bradley A. Freden appears to want the Granger administration kicked out of office with immediate effect.

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GUYANA VOTES | US Sen. Marco Rubio wants Granger to concede defeat, end uncertainty and gamesmanship

MONTEGO BAY, June 26, 2020 - The five US Senators who had lobbied on behalf of the Carter Centre and the International Republican Institute (IRI) to re-enter Guyana and to be given “carte blanche” authority to observe the Guyana election recount, are again throwing the weight of their influence at the Guyana Elections Commission to call the March 2 elections in favour of the Opposition PPP.

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GUYANA | No reason for GECOM CEO Keith Lowenfield to Resign says Granger

GEORGETOWN, Guyana Sunday June 14, 2020 - There is no reason for Chief Elections Officer (CEO) of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), Keith Lowenfield to resign. This is the word from His Excellency President David Granger as he spoke to reporters on Sunday at State House.

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