After Over Three Months, Recount Shows That Opposition Won Guyana Elections

The opposition People's Progressive Party (PPP) Ali has emerged as the winner with 33 of the 65 parliamentary seats; the former administration won 31 seats.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Over three months since the regional and parliamentary elections, a recount of votes has been completed, and the opposition People's Progressive Party (PPP) led by Irfaan Ali has emerged as the winner, with 33 of the 65 parliamentary seats.

President David Granger's former ruling coalition APNU/AFC won 31 seats. However, the country's highest election commission, the GECOM, has until Saturday to officially confirm the results. Since the recount . . .

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