Reporting on its mission here this week, the Atlanta, Georgia-based Carter Center today said it hopes that Parliament will convene no later than tomorrow to authorize an extension of the three-month election deadline and it noted the constitutional uncertainty than can arise if this is not done.

At a meeting with the Guyana Elections Commission yesterday, the Carter Center team made various proposals to end the stalemate between the government and the opposition over a date for general elections following the December 21, 2018 motion of no-confidence which was carried in Parliament.

The statement by the Center follows:

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