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CCJ says it cannot set date for Guyana's election

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) on Friday ruled that it cannot establish a date on or by which elections must be held in Guyana following the successful tabling of a motion of no confidence against the present coalition government of President David Granger last December.
 
CCJ President Justice Adrian Saunders delivered the consequential declarations of the Court.
 
He said the CCJ could not lay down timelines and deadlines that in principle are the responsibility of political actors guided by constitutional imperatives.
 


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