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Reply to "President Ali now ready to meet with Harmon unconditionally"

Trending in the Guyana media from authentic sources.
Too little too late, or is it consequential and must be addressed in the near-term?
On Monday and Tuesday of this week, UWI Cave Hill, Barbados had a lecture series. During the discussions sessions, the debate focused on the last general elections in Guyana.
All of the presenters and the discussions panellists disagreed with the outcome of the election and further expressed concerns about its impact on Caribbean Jurisprudence and Electoral Processes.
Late last year, the Bar Association of Trinidad and expressed similar sentiments. In fact they even called on the entire CCJ to resign. Besides, a call was made, for CARICOM to meet in an emergency session, to register it's concern about the situation in Guyana, one of its founding members.
Today in the Stabroek News, Justice Claudette Singh, GECOM'S chair wrote a letter to the editor, in response to the UWI debate. She effectively acknowledged that, the Granger-led group of parties won the election, as per Guyana's Constitution. She intimated also that, in her capacity as chair of GECOM, she could have intervened; however, she concluded that her " hands were tied."
Post from member of FB group.
Django
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