This is a cut and paste from Anil Nandlall Facebook Page. here is what he had to say:
I have already accused GECOM of unfair, inequitable and discriminatory allocation of Polling Places. This skewed configuration, wittingly or unwittingly, puts the average PPP voter at a disadvantage and creates an advantage in favour of the average APNU/AFC voter.
Late last night, we issued a Public Statement detailing evidence and examples in support of this contention. I now provide you with some more examples.
1. Picture number one (1) is a random extract from GECOM’s List of Polling Places showing some Polling Places for Samantha Point/Caneville, East Bank Demerara, an APNU stronghold. You will note the number of private residences and place of worship that have been used for a relatively small community.
2. Picture number two (2) is a random extract from GECOM’s List of Polling Places showing some Polling Places for Guyhoc Park, Greater Georgetown, another APNU stronghold. You will note the number of private residences that have been used for a relatively small community.
3. Picture number three (3) is a random extract from GECOM’s List of Polling Places showing some Polling Places for Festival City and North Ruimveldt, Greater Georgetown, another APNU stronghold. You will note the number of private residences that have been used as Polling Places.
4. Picture number four (4) is a private residence at Duncan Street, Georgetown.
5. Picture number five (5) is a branch of the Office of the Ministry of Presidency located at Barima Avenue, Bel Air Park, less than a stone throw away from the private residence, in picture number four (4). Should a Ministry of the Presidency Office be used as a Polling Place in the first place? If it is considered a proper public place for Polling, why use a private residence as another Polling Place in such close proximity? How many voters will be accommodated at these two (2) Polling Places located one (1) street away from the other?
6. Is GECOM telling the nation that in all of the above locations there is such a paucity of public places that so many private residences have to be used?
7. Compare all the above with Mon Repos, East Coast Demerara, a PPP stronghold where seven thousand (7,000) voters are required to vote at two (2) schools located in the same compound and where GECOM has refused to use any private residences (or places of worship), although nine (9) private residences were used in 2015, without a singular complaint.
8. I can go on to argue the case by citing similar examples in a number of other communities which are PPP strongholds but I think I have put out sufficient material here to vindicate my accusations against GECOM.