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Guyana opposition delegates must have photo ID to vote in presidential candidate selection

Caribbean News Now

by Global News Staff

GEORGETOWN, Guyana — The 800-plus delegates who are expected to attend next Saturday’s elections for the Guyana opposition People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) presidential candidate have to produce photo identification before they can vote.

The party’s membership card does not have a photograph, but delegates have to show a photo ID before they can cast their vote at the elections, which will take place at PNCR headquarters at Sophia.

The five candidates who have been campaigning for the past two months in their bid to win their party’s nomination are: Basil Williams, vice chairman of the party; Faith Harding, former public service minister; Carl Greenidge, former finance minister; David Granger, a retired brigadier in the Guyana Defence Force (GDF); and attorney at law James Bond.

Party leader, Robert Corbin, is not seeking election for the top post.

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GEORGETOWN, Guyana — The 800-plus delegates who are expected to attend next Saturday’s elections for the Guyana opposition People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) presidential candidate have to produce photo identification before they can vote.

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The party’s membership card does not have a photograph, but delegates have to show a photo ID before they can cast their vote at the elections, which will take place at PNCR headquarters at Sophia.

The five candidates who have been campaigning for the past two months in their bid to win their party’s nomination are: Basil Williams, vice chairman of the party; Faith Harding, former public service minister; Carl Greenidge, former finance minister; David Granger, a retired brigadier in the Guyana Defence Force (GDF); and attorney at law James Bond.

Party leader, Robert Corbin, is not seeking election for the top post.