India urges early conclusion to elections impasse, hopes outcome is respected by all parties


See below a full statement issued by India’s Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Anurag Srivastava:

Official Spokesperson’s response to media queries regarding election impasse in Guyana

July 25, 2020

India has been closely following developments of the General and Regional elections held on March 2, 2020.

It has been more than four months since the elections in Guyana and the results are still awaited. As a time-tested friend of Guyana, India looks forward to the early conclusion of the electoral process in the interest of democracy in Guyana.

India further hopes that the outcome of the election is respected by all parties.

New Delhi

July 25, 2020

1 Comment
  1. Mahabir Singh says

    India should not respect this Granger and the cowards in the APNU are not accepting that they lost by 15000 votes. The courts and all international organizations accepted the recounts except the corrupted monsters dictators of the PNC and all the other names are all a joke. Democracy is in tatters in Guyana by these power-hungry dictators like Granger. He is like Burnham, Mugabe Amin, and Maduro and in line with Hilter Stalin and Saddam

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