Prime Minister calls for support of int’l inquiry into foreign interference in elections 2020

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“I am hoping that when the time is right liberal democrats everywhere would support an international inquiry into foreign interference in Guyana’s 2020 elections, and the attempt at regime change of a friendly government,” said Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo in his latest column ‘My Turn’.

He pointed out that it is interesting to note the number of times American Deputy Secretary of State has intervened to issue threats against Guyana, even as the United States is battling its owns challenges to combat COVID-19, as all other countries are doing. But despite this, Nagamootoo noted that the urgency of the Guyana mission appears to take precedence.

The Prime Minister wrote, “In 1995 while attending an IDB-World Bank environmental conference in Florida, I met Dean Rusk, a former American Secretary of State, who had reportedly played an infamous role in the earlier destabilisation of a legally elected government in the then British Guiana. Smiling as we shook hands, he appeared relieved that Cheddi Jagan was returned to office, and that the mischief of the past had been undone.”

He continued, “Today, I can hear again the chant, “cheated not defeated,” which is mis-directed not at the foreign electoral engineers and their local lackeys who attempted to dislodge a democratically elected government, but against the constitutional agencies that are standing firmly in defence of Guyana’s sovereignty.”

But, not a military or economic power, Guyana has responded with patriotism and dignity to the international threats, the Prime Minister further said. As a matter of fact, he reminded that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has insisted that Guyana is a sovereign State that upholds and respects the Rule of Law.

Elections in Guyana are governed by the Constitution; the government does not run elections, which is the remit of a constitutional body, Nagamootoo added. He sought to further remind that the final tabulation of results of the elections has been delayed not by government but by legal processes that are engaging the attention of the courts.

“This is how a democracy works, or ought to work,” Nagamootoo stressed. But, he said there is impatience at the legal processes, and it is giving way to threats of sanctions and an undeclared war of terror. According to him, the PPP, once the victim of foreign intervention, has become the Trojan Horse of erstwhile geo-strategic interests.

He wrote that the PPP’s pseudo leaders are gleefully inviting more foreign interference in the electoral process.

“They [the PPP] have earlier contracted a controversial foreign U.S.-based company to set its agenda, and they have since joined the wolf-pack of anti-nationalist elements who want sanctions against Guyana,” the Prime Minister concluded.

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Moses should have asked to investigate foreign interference in the 2015 election. Granger was confident in winning that he was calling on GECOM to declare the result and denied a recount to the PPP on a very slim margin. Well, foreign observers were calling GECOM to release the result and declare APNU the winner. If that's not foreign interference then what it is? Granger is giving away Guyana's oil to an old bag and plenty of hungry belly henchmen/women in GECOM.

Ace posted:

Prime Minister calls for support of int’l inquiry into foreign interference in elections 2020


He pointed out that it is interesting to note the number of times American Deputy Secretary of State has intervened to issue threats against Guyana, even as the United States is battling its owns challenges to combat COVID-19, as all other countries are doing. But despite this, Nagamootoo noted that the urgency of the Guyana mission appears to take precedence.


This individual is clueless to know that the issues in Guyana and those for the current Coronavirus are totally different and unrelated items.

Nagamootoo is not the Prime Minister of Guyana. That ended on March 2, 2020. May I remind Moses that it was the Government of Guyana that invited the International Observers to observe the elections and granted them credentials. It was his leader DAG who invited CARICOM to supervise the recount. Looks like Moses is speeding up the revocation of his Visa and the freezing of his assets. Neemakharam, Nee, nee, nee, Neemakharam!

This man has no shame. He is still singing for his supper. It’s only a matter of time, they will all have to leave and a New Democratic Government will be sworn in. They had five years and they wrecked the economy. They lived the good life and the rest of the nation were left to struggle. They are the scorn of the nation. People will have no respect for them. The struggle continues, Guyanese are tough people. They will ride this one out and the sun will shine again.

Long Live Democracy.

Pharaoh posted:

Moses should have asked to investigate foreign interference in the 2015 election. Granger was confident in winning that he was calling on GECOM to declare the result and denied a recount to the PPP on a very slim margin. Well, foreign observers were calling GECOM to release the result and declare APNU the winner. If that's not foreign interference then what it is? Granger is giving away Guyana's oil to an old bag and plenty of hungry belly henchmen/women in GECOM.

The Russians hacked the wooden ballot boxes. Intel made some wooden chips for Guyana that were enclosed in each wooden box. Moses and Ramjattan knew of the Russians, especially the one that Ramjattan said got away. The one that got away was a baccoo. Security expert Ramjattan ScotlandYard is on the trail closing in. Stay tuned for breaking news.

Tom posted:

Nagamootoo’s American green card will be immediately revoked when the sanctions hit. He is wiping Granger behind so that if he gets a second heart attack, he will have to fly to Cuba for treatment. He is a wicked bastard. 

Attention power-hungry neemakharam hog. Karma is a bitch. Watch him bolt if the Ali is sworn in.

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