Change Guyana party alleges corruption in lead up to country's March 2 elections

The leader of Guyana's most recent political party, Change Guyana, Robert Badal, says there has been corruption in the political campaigns leading up to the general election on March 2.
Mr. Badal said the large sums of money being spent on political campaigns show corruption from the opposing political parties.
Mr. Badal urged voters not to cast ballots for the ruling coalition, A Partnership for National Unity and the main opposition People's Progressive Party.
He said Guyana is rated 93 out of 180 countries on the corruption perception index.

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