The Government of Guyana and the Parliamentary Opposition have committed to work towards concluding matters surrounding the December 21 no confidence vote in the National Assembly, which is currently engaging the attention of the court.
This was disclosed in a joint communique issued by both parties following the meeting on Wednesday.
According to the communique, the two sides met in an atmosphere of cordiality and committed to working together on all matters relating to the protection of Guyana's sovereignty, regardless of the internal political issues.
Discussions focused on two broad areas as set out in an agenda presented by President David Granger.
These included the constitutional and legal situation, which involves the functioning of the National Assembly as well as Regional and General Elections.
The President indicated that the Government and the Opposition, by agreement in the National Assembly, can extend the time for the hosting of the elections beyond the 90 days under the Constitution.