(TELESUR) – David Granger, who has been Guyana’s President since 2015, would be reelected for a new term.
Previously, in a first report issued in early June, Lowenfield claimed that the initial results, which gave victory to the opposition, did not meet the standard of fair and credible elections.
“More than half of all votes cast for the general election were affected by anomalies, voter impersonation, or ballot boxes without guarantees,” Lowenfield said in his first report.
According to Lowenfield’s latest report, the UNPA+AFC coalition garnered 171,825 votes compared to 166,343 votes from the opposition Progressive People’s Party (PPP).
This means that the government coalition would get 33 seats in the National Assembly, the PPP would have 31, and another multi-party coalition would get 1 seat.
Lowenfield’s second report radically changes the political scene since the electoral authorities were expected to ratify the PPP’s victory because, in a meeting held on June 17, Singh affirmed that the PPP would get the victory in the vote count.
Her statement took into account the report presented by electoral observers from the Caribbean Community (Caricom). Referring to the vote count, they determined that the latest count could be acceptable even though some irregularity was observed.