CCJ ruling clear path to free, fair and credible elections – Pres. Granger
Guyana’s President David Granger has said that his government will abide with the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) ruling. He noted that the decision outlines a path to free, fair and credible elections.
The CCJ ruled on 3 cases related to the motion of no confidence that was made in the National Assembly of Guyana in Dec. 2018. In the judgment delivered today, the Court declared that the motion of no confidence in the Government is valid. Read more: https://t.co/aoVjZp1p8U pic.twitter.com/A19fQ456es
— CCJ (@CaribbeanCourt) June 18, 2019
In a statement following the ruling by the court in Trinidad, the Head of State said he would await word from the Elections Commission before announcing a specific date when the elections can be held, the Department of Public Information reported.
Listen to President Granger’s Address to the Nation: