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GPO is not the most reliable place  to mail ID cards or anything else. Too many sticky fingers. 

Why don't GECOM decentralize the cards pickup points as the government do with passport applications. No one in their right mind would travel from  Skeldon or Charity  to pickup  their card in GT. When they  have difficulty finding funds to even see a doctor in GT.

Also, it is not fair to criticize the GECOM chairperson for making decisions. Because, after all the challenges to find a new chairperson, Jagdeo nominated her. A method should be used to replace her, if the PPP feels she is not serving their purpose. No confidence motions seems to be a popular thing in Guyana, but it might be easier to mate elephants at the GT zoo.      

Tola posted:

GPO is not the most reliable place  to mail ID cards or anything else. Too many sticky fingers. 

Why don't GECOM decentralize the cards pickup points as the government do with passport applications. No one in their right mind would travel from  Skeldon or Charity  to pickup  their card in GT. When they  have difficulty finding funds to even see a doctor in GT.

Also, it is not fair to criticize the GECOM chairperson for making decisions. Because, after all the challenges to find a new chairperson, Jagdeo nominated her. A method should be used to replace her, if the PPP feels she is not serving their purpose. No confidence motions seems to be a popular thing in Guyana, but it might be easier to mate elephants at the GT zoo.      

Jagdeo 'nominated' her because it was the only way he can keep Granger from delaying the elections further. Plus she was the least toxic of all the people who Granger indicated he would appoint. Imagine that she is the least toxic. What does that say about the others that Granger indicated he would support.

Django posted:
Dondadda posted:

No. Why can’t they mail it to their residence and have them sign as receiving it. That is one form of accommodating them. Are you suggesting that there isn no mail service in Guyana anymore? 

Do you get your ID or document used for identification purposes [not passport ] in the mail in Canada ? Is it a requirement to have an ID ?

Does everything have to be backward in Guyana, each Region have registration offices.

That is why they shouldn't have even printed the ID cards in the first place. Who prints ID cards for people when those people are not even around to verify that they are the right person?

Tola posted:

GPO is not the most reliable place  to mail ID cards or anything else. Too many sticky fingers. 

Why don't GECOM decentralize the cards pickup points

as the government do with passport applications. No one in their right mind would travel from  Skeldon or Charity  to pickup  their card in GT. When they  have difficulty finding funds to even see a doctor in GT.

Also, it is not fair to criticize the GECOM chairperson for making decisions. Because, after all the challenges to find a new chairperson, Jagdeo nominated her. A method should be used to replace her, if the PPP feels she is not serving their purpose. No confidence motions seems to be a popular thing in Guyana, but it might be easier to mate elephants at the GT zoo.      

Tola , from what i have gathered , there are Registration Offices in each Region.

Django posted:
Tola posted:

GPO is not the most reliable place  to mail ID cards or anything else. Too many sticky fingers. 

Why don't GECOM decentralize the cards pickup points

as the government do with passport applications. No one in their right mind would travel from  Skeldon or Charity  to pickup  their card in GT. When they  have difficulty finding funds to even see a doctor in GT.

Also, it is not fair to criticize the GECOM chairperson for making decisions. Because, after all the challenges to find a new chairperson, Jagdeo nominated her. A method should be used to replace her, if the PPP feels she is not serving their purpose. No confidence motions seems to be a popular thing in Guyana, but it might be easier to mate elephants at the GT zoo.      

Tola , from what i have gathered , there are Registration Offices in each Region.

Django, if the ID cards are at these regional offices, it is the responsibility of the voters to pick them up.

The  laziness of some Guyanese shows, when we freely take pictures of their family and make prints overseas. But when we  call them for pickup, just a short distanced away in Guyana, most say ' Bring am abee house na'.   

ksazma posted:
Tola posted:

GPO is not the most reliable place  to mail ID cards or anything else. Too many sticky fingers. 

Why don't GECOM decentralize the cards pickup points as the government do with passport applications. No one in their right mind would travel from  Skeldon or Charity  to pickup  their card in GT. When they  have difficulty finding funds to even see a doctor in GT.

Also, it is not fair to criticize the GECOM chairperson for making decisions. Because, after all the challenges to find a new chairperson, Jagdeo nominated her. A method should be used to replace her, if the PPP feels she is not serving their purpose. No confidence motions seems to be a popular thing in Guyana, but it might be easier to mate elephants at the GT zoo.      

Jagdeo 'nominated' her because it was the only way he can keep Granger from delaying the elections further. Plus she was the least toxic of all the people who Granger indicated he would appoint. Imagine that she is the least toxic. What does that say about the others that Granger indicated he would support.

For whatever reason, Jagdeo  or anyone else makes a nomination, they must accept responsibility for that nomination and  criticism cannot be placed on others for their decision.       

 

Django posted:
Tola posted:

GPO is not the most reliable place  to mail ID cards or anything else. Too many sticky fingers. 

Why don't GECOM decentralize the cards pickup points

as the government do with passport applications. No one in their right mind would travel from  Skeldon or Charity  to pickup  their card in GT. When they  have difficulty finding funds to even see a doctor in GT.

Also, it is not fair to criticize the GECOM chairperson for making decisions. Because, after all the challenges to find a new chairperson, Jagdeo nominated her. A method should be used to replace her, if the PPP feels she is not serving their purpose. No confidence motions seems to be a popular thing in Guyana, but it might be easier to mate elephants at the GT zoo.      

Tola , from what i have gathered , there are Registration Offices in each Region.

Please let us know the pick up location/address in each Regional Office where people can go to pick up theirs. I notice that GECOM did not provide this information to people or at least put the location/addresses of the Regional offices in the newspapers so that people are aware.

Dondadda posted:
Django posted:
Tola posted:

GPO is not the most reliable place  to mail ID cards or anything else. Too many sticky fingers. 

Why don't GECOM decentralize the cards pickup points

as the government do with passport applications. No one in their right mind would travel from  Skeldon or Charity  to pickup  their card in GT. When they  have difficulty finding funds to even see a doctor in GT.

Also, it is not fair to criticize the GECOM chairperson for making decisions. Because, after all the challenges to find a new chairperson, Jagdeo nominated her. A method should be used to replace her, if the PPP feels she is not serving their purpose. No confidence motions seems to be a popular thing in Guyana, but it might be easier to mate elephants at the GT zoo.      

Tola , from what i have gathered , there are Registration Offices in each Region.

Please let us know the pick up location/address in each Regional Office where people can go to pick up theirs.

I notice that GECOM did not provide this information to people or at least put the location/addresses of the Regional offices in the newspapers so that people are aware.

Permanent Offices and Temporary Offices

https://www.gecom.org.gy/home/locations

All information about GECOM

https://www.gecom.org.gy/

There is no excuse for people not picking up their ID.

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Tola posted:
ksazma posted:
Tola posted:

GPO is not the most reliable place  to mail ID cards or anything else. Too many sticky fingers. 

Why don't GECOM decentralize the cards pickup points as the government do with passport applications. No one in their right mind would travel from  Skeldon or Charity  to pickup  their card in GT. When they  have difficulty finding funds to even see a doctor in GT.

Also, it is not fair to criticize the GECOM chairperson for making decisions. Because, after all the challenges to find a new chairperson, Jagdeo nominated her. A method should be used to replace her, if the PPP feels she is not serving their purpose. No confidence motions seems to be a popular thing in Guyana, but it might be easier to mate elephants at the GT zoo.      

Jagdeo 'nominated' her because it was the only way he can keep Granger from delaying the elections further. Plus she was the least toxic of all the people who Granger indicated he would appoint. Imagine that she is the least toxic. What does that say about the others that Granger indicated he would support.

For whatever reason, Jagdeo  or anyone else makes a nomination, they must accept responsibility for that nomination and  criticism cannot be placed on others for their decision.       

 

Who is saying that one should not take responsibility for their actions? You were just being corrected on your statement that Jagdeo nominated her when you know fully well that Granger suggested her and Jagdeo went through the nomination process just to keep the wheel turning. She was not any of his original nominations over a three submissions process.

Now that you have been duly corrected, you should take your own advise and accept responsibility for your misleading comment. 

Django posted:
Dondadda posted:
Django posted:
Tola posted:

GPO is not the most reliable place  to mail ID cards or anything else. Too many sticky fingers. 

Why don't GECOM decentralize the cards pickup points

as the government do with passport applications. No one in their right mind would travel from  Skeldon or Charity  to pickup  their card in GT. When they  have difficulty finding funds to even see a doctor in GT.

Also, it is not fair to criticize the GECOM chairperson for making decisions. Because, after all the challenges to find a new chairperson, Jagdeo nominated her. A method should be used to replace her, if the PPP feels she is not serving their purpose. No confidence motions seems to be a popular thing in Guyana, but it might be easier to mate elephants at the GT zoo.      

Tola , from what i have gathered , there are Registration Offices in each Region.

Please let us know the pick up location/address in each Regional Office where people can go to pick up theirs.

I notice that GECOM did not provide this information to people or at least put the location/addresses of the Regional offices in the newspapers so that people are aware.

Permanent Offices and Temporary Offices

https://www.gecom.org.gy/home/locations

All information about GECOM

https://www.gecom.org.gy/

There is no excuse for people not picking up their ID.

Thank you for the info, however, these permanent and/temporary offices are used for claims and objections purposes. No where does it state that people can pick up their ID cards. Please point me to where it says so.

Dondadda posted:
Django posted:
Dondadda posted:
Django posted:
Tola posted:

GPO is not the most reliable place  to mail ID cards or anything else. Too many sticky fingers. 

Why don't GECOM decentralize the cards pickup points

as the government do with passport applications. No one in their right mind would travel from  Skeldon or Charity  to pickup  their card in GT. When they  have difficulty finding funds to even see a doctor in GT.

Also, it is not fair to criticize the GECOM chairperson for making decisions. Because, after all the challenges to find a new chairperson, Jagdeo nominated her. A method should be used to replace her, if the PPP feels she is not serving their purpose. No confidence motions seems to be a popular thing in Guyana, but it might be easier to mate elephants at the GT zoo.      

Tola , from what i have gathered , there are Registration Offices in each Region.

Please let us know the pick up location/address in each Regional Office where people can go to pick up theirs.

I notice that GECOM did not provide this information to people or at least put the location/addresses of the Regional offices in the newspapers so that people are aware.

Permanent Offices and Temporary Offices

https://www.gecom.org.gy/home/locations

All information about GECOM

https://www.gecom.org.gy/

There is no excuse for people not picking up their ID.

Thank you for the info, however, these permanent and/temporary offices are used for claims and objections purposes.

No where does it state that people can pick up their ID cards. Please point me to where it says so.

What do you think the permanent offices are there for ? it's stated in the registration laws. Do you think ID cards are only uplifted at head office ?

Temporary offices are created during election time.

Did you check out the voters list and election results that are posted.There are more details of voting at every polling stations in the 2015 election results. I downloaded and convert to spread sheet for stats purposes.

here is link https://www.gecom.org.gy/archived/archive.html

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Django posted:
Dondadda posted:
Django posted:
Dondadda posted:
Django posted:
Tola posted:

GPO is not the most reliable place  to mail ID cards or anything else. Too many sticky fingers. 

Why don't GECOM decentralize the cards pickup points

as the government do with passport applications. No one in their right mind would travel from  Skeldon or Charity  to pickup  their card in GT. When they  have difficulty finding funds to even see a doctor in GT.

Also, it is not fair to criticize the GECOM chairperson for making decisions. Because, after all the challenges to find a new chairperson, Jagdeo nominated her. A method should be used to replace her, if the PPP feels she is not serving their purpose. No confidence motions seems to be a popular thing in Guyana, but it might be easier to mate elephants at the GT zoo.      

Tola , from what i have gathered , there are Registration Offices in each Region.

Please let us know the pick up location/address in each Regional Office where people can go to pick up theirs.

I notice that GECOM did not provide this information to people or at least put the location/addresses of the Regional offices in the newspapers so that people are aware.

Permanent Offices and Temporary Offices

https://www.gecom.org.gy/home/locations

All information about GECOM

https://www.gecom.org.gy/

There is no excuse for people not picking up their ID.

Thank you for the info, however, these permanent and/temporary offices are used for claims and objections purposes.

No where does it state that people can pick up their ID cards. Please point me to where it says so.

What do you think the permanent offices are there for ? it's stated in the registration laws. Do you think ID cards are only uplifted at head office ?

Temporary offices are created during election time.

Did you check out the voters list and election results that are posted.There are more details of voting at every polling stations in the 2015 election results. I downloaded and convert to spread sheet for stats purposes.

here is link https://www.gecom.org.gy/archived/archive.html

I still have not seen anywhere that the ID cards are at the Permanent/temporary offices and available for pick up. As well, a lot has changed since 2015 by GECOM, for example they are not consistent with their messaging and are confusing the people out there that most have given up and don’t know what to believe of GECOM. 

Dondadda posted:
 

I still have not seen anywhere that the ID cards are at the Permanent/temporary offices and available for pick up.

As well, a lot has changed since 2015 by GECOM, for example they are not consistent with their messaging and are confusing the people out there that most have given up and don’t know what to believe of GECOM. 

It's the duty of every  citizen of Guyana to get an ID Card , when the required age is reached. Also it's their duty to make sure their names are on the voters list.

Some of the politicians are misleading the people.

Django posted:
ksazma posted:

ID card isn’t required to vote so citizen need not waste time if they don’t want it.

When conducting business, an ID required , what will they produce ?

Do you know about this in the US ?  https://www.dhs.gov/real-id-public-faqs

I never had an ID card in America because I got my DL shortly after moving here. As FK stated, other forms of ID is sufficient for identification. Therefore GECOM is overreaching by removing names from the voters list just on account of those ID cards. It will be mayhem on elections day when people can’t vote. Unless GECOM knows for sure that all those names are not PNC voters. You know how PNC voters does get on bad on elections day.

Django posted:
ksazma posted:

ID card isn’t required to vote so citizen need not waste time if they don’t want it.

When conducting business, an ID required , what will they produce ?

Do you know about this in the US ?  https://www.dhs.gov/real-id-public-faqs

In Guyana there are several forms of ID, passports, birth certificates, NIS card, Income tax statement a utility bill, driver licence, failing to produce any of the above only then a voter ID card will be issued. But, the PNC is handing out this ID card in the same manner they sell PNC card. I recently voted on Canada, I showed my driver licence to vote.

 Remember they stopped the H2H registration before everyone was registered, so what happened to those that did not get registered?? The H2H was done mainly in the PNC areas and completed, where as some was started in the Indos areas ,then stopped. This is voter restriction and control.

kp posted:
Django posted:
ksazma posted:

ID card isn’t required to vote so citizen need not waste time if they don’t want it.

When conducting business, an ID required , what will they produce ?

Do you know about this in the US ?  https://www.dhs.gov/real-id-public-faqs

In Guyana there are several forms of ID, passports, birth certificates, NIS card, Income tax statement a utility bill, driver licence, failing to produce any of the above only then a voter ID card will be issued. But, the PNC is handing out this ID card in the same manner they sell PNC card. I recently voted on Canada, I showed my driver licence to vote.

 Remember they stopped the H2H registration before everyone was registered, so what happened to those that did not get registered?? The H2H was done mainly in the PNC areas and completed, where as some was started in the Indos areas ,then stopped. This is voter restriction and control.

Bai, that is how PNC does roll. Incompetence tarass. 

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