Shortly after the decision by the Court of Appeal in the case brought by Eslyn David vs. GECOM in which a number of others were joined, the Office of the Prime Minister issued a statement which concluded “that on the basis of the valid votes, the incumbent Coalition Government will be re-elected for a second term.
An Order restraining Chief Election Officer Keith Lowenfield from complying with the Direction of the Chair-man of the Guyana Elections Commission in relation to Article 177 (2) (b) which would give the Presidency to Irfaan Ali.
An Order restraining the Chief Election Officer from submitting to the Guyana Elec-tions Commission an Elections Report under Article 177 (2) (b) of the Constitution containing votes which are not credible within the meaning of Order No. 60 of 2020.
An Order restraining the Chief Election Officer from submitting to the Elections Commission an Elec-tions Report under Section 96 of the Representation of the People Act which allocates regional and top-up seats to the Parties.
The only Order which the Court granted was that there be an interpretation of the words “more votes are cast” in Article 177 (2) (b) of the Constitution of Guyana.