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Muslim Organizations Congratulate Newly Elected President of Guyana David A. Granger

Anna Catherina Islamic Complex (ACIC)

The Anna Catherina Islamic Complex (ACIC) & The Guyana United Sadr Islamic Anjuman (GUSIA) on behalf of the wider Muslim community express our heartfelt congratulation to Mr. David A. Granger, as the 8th elected President of the Republic of Guyana. In choosing you, the Guyanese people have chosen the path of change and optimism.

Press Statement from British High Commissioner Greg Quinn to Congratulate H. E. David granger

British High Commissioner Greg Quinn

Let me take this opportunity to congratulate the people of Guyana following the formal declaration of results of the 2015 general and regional elections. This was a hard fought campaign and the high level of participation is to be commended.

Embassy of the United States of America Congratulates President David Granger

The Embassy of the United States of America wishes to congratulate David Granger on his swearing-in as the new President of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana. It is our hope that President Granger will work to repair the divisions in Guyanese society that have emerged during the election period and will work to promote inclusive governance and national development in the best interests of all of the people of Guyana. The United States of America pledges its willingness to work collaboratively with the new government in this regard.

Acceptance Speech by H.E. President David Granger at Parliament Buildings

H.E. President David Granger at Parliament Buildings

President of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, at the Swearing-in Ceremony, Georgetown, on 16th May 2015.

Guyanese,

Guyana Has Had a Free and Fair Election - Press Release by US Embassy Guyana

May 15, 2015

Joint Press Release

Dr. Nicole Giles, High Commissioner, Canadian High Commission
Gregory Quinn, High Commissioner, British High Commission
Bryan Hunt, Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy

Joint Statement: Guyana Has Had a Free and Fair Election

Putting Guyana First

I read in the Guyana Chronicle that Dr. Peter Ramsaroop is calling for the supporters of the PPP/C to take the streets to protest the election results..

Ramsaroop said in his statement “I support the party’s call for a full recount and encourage other supporters of the PPP/C to come out in numbers and demand fairness.  It is time we take the streets. We should not be bullied by any one.,”

Congratulations to President Elect David Granger, Prime Minister Elect Moses Nagamootoo

President David Granger and Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo

I extend my congratulations to President elect David Granger, Prime Minister Elect Moses Nagamootoo and the people of Guyana. It is a day filled with happiness for Guyanese who have spoken by way of the ballot boxes to elect a new government.

BREAKING NEWS! U.S. Embassy Stands by its Assessment of Free, Fair, and Credible Electoral Process

U.S. Embassy Guyana

GEORGETOWN – The United States Embassy is in receipt of the recent allegations made by the Peoples Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) and has looked into the claims. Nothing contained therein changes our baseline assessment of the electoral process.

President Carter Calls for Release of Guyana's Election Results

GEORGETOWN, GUYANA — Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has urged Guyana's election commission to release election results and called on political leaders to act responsibly.

Election 2015 Update

PPP/C message to its constituents

The Incumbent party, PPP/C is insisting on a recount of votes from most of the 10 Regions although it is assuring its constituents that “Our figures currently show that we are ahead in this elections”

The Statements of Polls in the hands of all contesting parties distinctly shows that the APNC+AFC coalition is the victor in the 2015 elections.

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