President Granger must make it clear that it is the result of the recount that he will accept
It is hoped that President Granger is not deliberately setting the nation up to go through another tiresome academic and legal drawn out interpretation of what he said last Sunday at the Arthur Chung Conference Centre.
By choosing to say that he will “accept ‘any’ declarations made by the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM)”, President Granger has raised suspicion on what he was actually telling the nation.
People cannot be blamed for suspecting that the result GECOM chooses to declare after the completion of the re-count may not be the one that comes out of ballot boxes.
a simple ballot re-count is interpreted as a forensic audit; the court had to rule if Ms Mia Mottley’s CARICOM team was engaged as supervisor or observers; Mingo’s fraudulent declaration is legal to decide the new Government; the March 2nd ballot box result is of little significance; Attorney General hinting that re-count may not be legal…….
President Granger must make it crystal clear that he means the results from the ballot re-count.