Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves is part of the team of regional prime ministers who are accompanying the chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Barbados Prime Minister, Mia Motley on a visit to Guyana, the purpose of which is to resolve the current crisis from last week’s election.
PM Gonsalves will be part of the team who will be attempting to bring some semblance of peace and order to Guyana at this particular time.
The other Prime Ministers are Dr Keith Mitchell and Roosevelt Skerrit of Dominica. Three of the Prime Ministers are considered among the oldest serving leaders in the region.
Guyana held elections on March 2 to vote for a 65-member National Assembly.
Before the official results were out, both of the major parties claimed a victory, but the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) announced results in which the incumbent president, David Granger, received a narrow win.