Accusations Of Rigged Elections Justified

Friday 17th, February 2012 / 10:25 Published by

Donald Ramotar, President of Guyana

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (GINA) — There is justification for the accusations of irregularity made by President Donald Ramotar in regard to the recent elections in Guyana, notwithstanding the reports and conclusions that arose from the scrutiny of the elections by observers, Head of the Presidential Secretariat Dr Roger Luncheon told media representatives on Wednesday.

On February 12, Ramotar, in an interview with the Guyana Chronicle, spoke of incidents that occurred at several polling stations, where PPP/C polling agents were barred from entering.

The article also stated that actions by the opposition threatened the peace in the country, and as a result forced many to depart from executing their constitutional rights and opposition leader David Granger has since come out calling for the statement to be retracted.

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