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"The three-person Caricom Observer Group concludes that the results of the count are completely acceptable," the regional bloc's General Secretary said.
The Caribbean Community (Caricom) mission that monitored the vote count in Guyana's elections on March 2 found in its report that, although there were irregularities, it was conducted in an acceptable manner, according to the Guyanese people's will.
The regional bloc's General, Irwin LaRocque, assured that "the three-person Caricom Observer Group concludes that the results of the count are completely acceptable."
Caricom came "to the inevitable conclusion that the results of the recount are acceptable and should form the basis of the declaration of the results of the elections of 2 March 2020." LaRocque said.
In the process, any aggrieved political party had the right to seek redress before the courts in the form of an election petition.
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