Mar 11, 2020 News
Guyana’s former colonial master has weighed in on the political situation, through its foreign secretary, Dominic Raab.
The United Kingdom, in a statement from Raab, yesterday, expressed deep concern about the events, which followed the March 2 elections.
It called upon President David Granger to “preserve the principle of free, fair and credible elections” by ensuring that proper procedures are followed before embarking on a transition of government.
“Allegations of electoral fraud and premature declarations of victory prior to the completion of a credible process pose a grave threat to the democratic principles of Guyana,” Raab said.
The UK foreign secretary said that it stands ready to offer assistance to ensure a credible election is produced.
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