The Private Sector Commission (PSC) is calling for the removal of the Chief Elections Officer (CEO), Keith Lowenfield from the electoral process.
“The Private Sector Commission has no hesitation in pointing out that the results provided by Keith Lowenfield in his letter of 23rd June, 2020, to GECOM Chairman, which gave the APNU+AFC a majority of the votes cast, are clearly fraudulent and represent a blatant, if not criminal, attempt by Keith Lowenfield to manipulate the results of the Elections in favour of the APNU+AFC and to subvert the very responsibility of the Commission of which he is an officer
and bound to serve professionally,” the Commission said.
It further stated that it has become “increasingly concerned at the biased and unlawful action of Keith Lowenfield, serving as Chief Elections Officer, from the time he readily embraced the fraudulent tabulation submitted by Clairmont Mingo of the District 4 results and incorporated them in the Report delivered to the Chairman of the Commission and held in abeyance in the Gazetted Order for National Recount”.
The Private Sector Commission says that it condemns in the strongest possible terms, this most recent act of Lowenfield, which it believes to be tantamount to criminal malfeasance.
“The Private Sector Commission urges upon GECOM, immediate action to suspend the Chief Elections Officer from any further participation in the election process until such time as a full and independent investigation can be held into his conduct,” the body said in a statement today.