EU elections observer mission leaves Guyana

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The European Union (EU) Election Observation Mission on Friday announced that it will depart Guyana in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

A very brief statement  from the EU called “on all stakeholders to complete the electoral process in a credible and transparent way in accordance with legal requirement”

The EU is the third election observation mission to depart Guyana since the March 2, 2020 general and regional elections.

The results from the Region 4 votes remain in dispute and is tied up in legal battles preventing an overall declaration of the winner.

The Region 4 tabulation has been deemed as not credible and lacking transparency by the opposition political parties, all the international election observers and the foreign powers here.

See the statement below by the EU Election Observation Mission:

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic it has been decided to repatriate the European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) back to Europe.

The EU EOM calls on all stakeholders to complete the electoral process in a credible and transparent way in accordance with legal requirement

 

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