The registration crew came by my house while I was in Guyana 3 weeks ago. They said they needed a birth certificate, national ID or passport to register. I told them I got a ID I can show them, they said it was no longer valid you need a new id. Ask if any rep from other parties are involve in the registration process - also answer in the negative.
When ask if by mail, where, how or when I would receive the new id they said they don't know. My neighbor who turn 19 was also refuse registration because her birth certificate they say has too many creases and some letters are not fully clear and told her to go get a new one. Any one who knows Guyana would know that's a at least 6 months process depending on how much money you are willing to part with for bribes..
Sadly this will be an often experienced situation of many Coolies. Those PNC dogs behaved the same way before 1992 and in just a few years their mangyness is back. Never trust a PNC dog.