Dondadda posted:Django posted:Dondadda posted:
Why not use Churches, Mandir’s, Masjid's, Community Centres, Market places where the public goes or are opened for the public.
Why are private residences used in APNU strongholds.
The important thing for me is voters constitutional right to vote. Easy access to cast their ballots to undertake their constitutional right is equally important.
If you do not have public buildings in every area to allow for easy access, use whatever is available, be it private residences etc. until you put public buildings in every village to allow for voting.
Government generally don’t leave what is and has been working, they have to F@ck it up first and then fix it up later. BTW, do they have evidence that their was/were fraud, problems, discrimination, malpractice or anything not neutral using private residences in the past?
Can you provide any information on ,out of the 92 private residences used by GECOM as polling stations on March 2, 2020 ,how many are in APNU strongholds. It will be easier to confirm than to go through the last Election data. I have always like to seek the truth , hence my request.
On your last paragraph ,the Guyana government don't run the Elections ,that's the responsibility of GECOM.
From since 1992 after free and fair elections in Guyana, all elections after are not simple matters.Emotions of supporting a party shouldn't take precedence over what are free and fair.I can provide information of numerous private residences used in PPP stronghold, in the past elections.
GECOM has no list of polling places or polling stations on its site. I have to rely on the information provided by Anil Nandlall, whom I believe. People in Mon Repos tells me that he is telling the truth.
Every Voter can find their Polling Station by checking here https://www.gecom.org.gy/home/ole
If any one wants to verify the facts check here https://www.gecom.org.gy/home/ole_list and do the search at the above link.