Chief Elections Officer (CEO) of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), Keith Lowenfield has asserted, in his report to the Chair, that the March 2 elections were not “fair and credible.”

Speaking about the results for Region 1, Lowenfield said, “Finally, the summation of the anomalies and instances of voter impersonation identified in District One clearly does not appear to satisfy the criteria of impartiality, fairness and compliance with the provisions of the constitution and the ROPA Cap 1:03. Consequently, on the basis of the votes counted and the information furnished from the recount, it cannot be ascertained that the results from District One, Barima/Waini meet the standard of fair and credible elections.

This conclusion was replicated throughout the report regarding all regions.


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