Guyana Elections 2020: 11 parties to contest elections tomorrow

The stakes are high for Guyana’s 2020 general and regional elections.

The crowd at the APNU+AFC D’Urban Park rally

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The crowd at the PPP/C Lusignan Rally

Eleven political parties head to the polls tomorrow. Two of these are not contesting the presidential elections.

The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) has already announced that it is ready to produce free, fair and credible elections.     

The major parties, People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPP/C) and A Partnership for National Unity +Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC), held their closing rallies yesterday at Lusignan and D’Urban Park respectively, with crowds pouring into support their preferred leaders.

The atmosphere at the two rallies was energetic and festive, with several cultural displays and musical performances put on ahead of the presidential candidates who showed up with their running mates.

Both parties are resolute that they will win power after the March elections.

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  • Cheryl Smith  On March 8, 2020 at 4:31 pm

    Gods continued blessings and protection to President Granger, his family, supporters and Guyana’s soil.

    President Granger we love you and are praying constantly for you and everyone in Guyana. God’s vengeance will be shown on those who are evil, and they will be engulfed by their wicked plots.

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