Chaos Over Election Results in Guyana Persists, USA Considering Sanctions

The pace is surprisingly slow: the Supreme Electoral Commission (GECOM) granted itself 25 days and by Sunday had only recounted 208 ballot boxes.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After more than two months of inaction, the recount of the still outstanding results of the March 2nd presidential elections in Guyana began at the end of last week.

However, the pace is surprisingly slow: the Supreme Electoral Commission (GECOM) granted itself 25 days and by Sunday had only recounted 208 ballot boxes. The reason alleged for the slow recounting is the conditions of the arranged live broadcast.

Vincent Alexander, who was appointed . . .

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