British Gov’t urges calm, says results must be respected


See below full statement issued by British High Commissioner to Guyana H.E. Greg Quinn on the No Confidence Motion:

“The democratic process as laid out in the Constitution has been followed. It is important that everyone now respects the results. Members of Parliament must be allowed to undertake their constitutionally mandated roles in the absence of fear or favour.

“Maintaining the fundamental tenets of democracy is paramount to us all and whilst everyone has the right to protest this must be peaceful.

“We urge calm on all sides and look forward to a free and fair election and a campaign fought on the issues that confront Guyana and its future development.”

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