Caribbean Court of Justice rules in favor of Guyana's opposition in election appeal
9 July 2020
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Guyana’s disputed March 2 regional and general election took a step towards the official release of the results after the Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) Wednesday unanimously upheld a motion filed by two senior members of the main opposition People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) challenging a ruling of the Court of Appeal in that country. [ . . . ] The CCJ, the country’s highest court, last week heard the appeal filed by Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo and Irfaan Ali, the PPP/C presidential candidate seeking several reliefs, including an interpretation of the words ‘more votes are cast’ in Article 177(2)(b) of the Constitution of Guyana.
Read the full article here: Caribbean National Weekly