[www.inewsguyana.com] – The PPP/C has condemned what it described as “the wide scale provocations currently being meted out to its supporters by the APNU+AFC supporters.”
The main opposition party, which, according to GECOM lost the May 11 elections by 4506 votes, stated “We are aware of the many acts of the APNU+AFC coalition even at this early stage events of provocation, discrimination, and persecution are taking place. Furthermore we call on the international and diplomatic communities to condemn such acts.”
The PPP/C says it wishes to assure victims of Election Day violence that “it will actively pursue compensation for loss of vehicles and property.
The Party is urging its supporters to remain “mobilized for further action and committed to the defence of democracy in Guyana.”
On May 11, several vehicles belonging to PPP supporters were burnt in Sophia during an unrest by residents in that community.