The United States Foreign Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on the Western Hermisphere has joined with the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and the international community in calling for a declaration of the elections results using the figures from the national recount.
The Subcommittee is chaired by Congressman Albio Sires.
“We stand with our career diplomats and with the international community,” the House Subcommittee said, “which is completely unified in calling for the immediate Declaration of Results based on the recount.”
The recount has shown that the People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPP/C) has won the March 2 General and Regional Elections, but the Government refuses to concede and is actively in support of efforts to frustrate a declaration of the recount results. The coalition has opted to advocate for a declaration using fraudulent numbers.
We condemn all efforts to undermine the credibility of the March 2nd election, including recent actions taken by the Chief Elections Officer to effectively disenfranchise thousands of voters and manipulate the vote count.”
The Subcommittee also submitted its complete support for GECOM Chair, Justice Claudette Singh in her decision to dismiss the Chief Elections Officer, Keith Lowenfield’s fraudulent reports.
“We commend the people of Guyana for their remarkable patience over the last four months,” the House Subcommittee said, “but they have waited far too long.”
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