LACK OF TRUST CHALLENGES HOLDING OF ELECTIONS IN GUYANA--OAS
Assistant Secretary General Albert R. Ramdin, who has just returned from an official visit to Guyana, told the Organization of American States (OAS) Permanent Council members yesterday that a major challenge to holding elections in that country has to do with a lack of trust among the political parties and the absence of consensus-building mechanisms.
“Public confidence in the electoral authorities is low,” Ramdin told the member state representatives in reporting on his April 9-11 visit to Guyana. He urged the Electoral Commission and its Chairman to “make every effort to regain public confidence through strong leadership, effective and timely decision making, and efficient and regular communication on the state of preparedness and on the way forward regarding outstanding issues.”
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