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Carter Centre to monitor Guyana election

Tuesday, August 8, 2006

A team from the US-based Carter Centre will monitor this month's election in Guyana, where national elections are often marked by protests.
The centre, led by former US President Jimmy Carter, has sent observers to the last three national elections. It wasn't clear how many monitors the centre would send.
A 60-person international mission funded by the United States, Canada, Chile, Brazil, Mexico and Japan will also arrive in mid-August and work with two monitors from the Organization of American States, which has been assessing electoral preparations and security since May.
The election for Guyana's presidency, 65 legislative seats and various regional administration posts is scheduled for August 28. The vote was postponed for about a month to give officials more time to remove the names of thousands of dead and missing people from the voter rolls, train poll workers and make other preparations.

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new president?
Carib Gyal
lik u know somthing. dat is bare CIA them send to monitor we
By coolg @ Newark NJ US 

Saturday, August 19, 2006

Special Thanks!
We give special Thanks to all the supporter of this years election in Guyana. Without these supporters things in the country would of gone very wrong. Some citizens do not understand the importance of the leaders roles in Guyana and the decised to get all hot headed and kill them out. NOW this years election is the most important thing of all and with the new president stepping into government after the election they can change the whole country for ever, for the better or the worst. So i hope that good decisions are made and the ppl of Guyana are happy and satisfied with the new incomin president and everything works out for the best!
By Caribgurl1 @ Georgetown MD GY 

Monday, August 14, 2006

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