After no-confidence motion passed, Guyana is still awaiting new elections by constitutional deadline
20 August 2019
David Granger, President of Guyana (photo credit: Global Environment Facility/flickr)
The PPP has been calling for the elections as mandated by the Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) to be held on September 18 in keeping with the Guyana Constitution following the passage of a vote of no confidence in the David Granger administration late last December.
The CCJ in upholding the ruling that the motion of no confidence that had been passed in the Granger administration, said however, it could not insist on the polls being held on any specific date and instead urged all stakeholders to work within the Guyana Constitution to ensure the polls are held.
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