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The recount, supervised by CARICOM, showed that the PPP received 233,336 votes. The UNPA + AFC, 217,920.
Guyana's opposition groups demanded that interim President David Granger to recognize the People's Progressive Party's (PPP) victory in the March 2 elections, the result of which has yet to be confirmed due to legal claims.
"Guyana is being held by a few people who want power for their own benefit under the guise of electoral fraud," the minority Change Guyana party and the Muslim Youth Organization (MYO) said in a statement.
The President of Guyana called the elections in December 2018, following the successful filing of a no-confidence motion against him.
Guyana held general and regional elections on 2 March, with the UNPA + AFC and PPP hoping its victory.
The recount, supervised by CARICOM, showed that the PPP received 233,336 votes, compared to 217,920 votes for the UNPA + AFC.