Caricom On Guyana
discount cialis tadalafil times;”>The CARICOM Election Observer Mission to the election in Guyana on Monday 11th May is seen holding a post-election-day review. The elections were pronounced generally free and fair. Only problem is it took more than 72 hours before a result was declared. This led to some tension in the society and violence. Both sides claimed victory and the former President of the United States Jimmy Carter who was an observer of the elections called on the Electoral Commission to announce the results. The delay is similar to that which transpired in St Kitts and caused unnecessary confusion. The Mission, ed in an Interim Statement, said that the voting process was transparent, free and fair, and that the secrecy of the ballot was protected and respected.