Change Guyana (CG)’s Executive Member, Nigel Hinds contends that the Chief Elections Officer (CEO), Keith Lowenfield’s declaration report to the Chairperson of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), on June 23, is an “extension of transparent attempts at rigging the March 2, 2020 General and Regional Elections”.
Hinds said that from the twice proffered fraudulent numbers projected by Region Four’s Returning Officer (RO), Clairmont Mingo and the “incomprehensible” computations by “self-promoted constitutional office holder”, Lowenfield, both officials have made inapplicable, any room for irrationality.
“In straining to stain some valid votes as not credible, while other valid votes passed his smell and word tests, Lowenfield has taken the meaning of words to new depths, he has shown that foolish acts are not constrained only to stupid people, with his pronouncement that only 344,508 were valid votes, instead of the approximately 460,000 valid votes as per the Statements of Polls and Statements of Recounts,” Hinds wrote.
He added, “…Lowenfield’s bizarre and perverse actions invalidated 115,787 votes, which he conceived and calculated, fall within his self-inflated constitutional authority. The computations by Lowenfield, if having a shred of logic, would have stunned the Greek mathematician Pythagoras and certainly surpassed in its stupidity and crassness, Guyana’s 2019 global math farce – that 33 is not a majority of 65.”
Hinds went on to say that Mingo and Lowenfield were both part of a larger conspiracy.
“We all know that Mingo and Lowenfield were not acting alone, and we also know these individuals are not stupid. They are simply part of a rogue group, trying to steal the elections and disenfranchise over 233,000 voters, similar to what Prime Minister/President Burnham did multiple times during his governance, based on rigged election results, using any means necessary; in just as callous, crass and clumsy manner as President Granger is attempting to do now,” Hinds opined.
The CG Executive said that he is hopeful that the orders coming out of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) will be clear and precise, with no room for semantic reassignment and repositioning.
“As we abide by the orders of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) and await the rulings from Justice Adrian Saunders, President of the CCJ, we look forward to rulings that have all the necessary gloss and detailed points to present an iron wall against word twisting and deliberate misinterpretations by our ‘Caretaker Government’,” he said.