United Kingdom (UK)’s Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, said today that any government sworn in on the basis of non-credible results im Guyana, will face strong international condemnation and consequences.
” [W]e have started the process of putting those consequences in place. The UK pays tribute to the patience displayed by the people of Guyana during this challenging time,” he said.
Raab added that it has been over 4 months since elections in Guyana, and no electorate should have to wait that long for a result.
“The UK is disappointed by the ongoing attempts to frustrate the will of the people. The Caribbean Community scrutinised recount cleared the way to declare a legitimate result. That should now happen,” the official said.
Raab’s talk of consequences comes on the heels of the US imposing sanctions on several persons in Guyana, where their visas will/ have been revoked.