All GECOM rogues on Election Fraud case 2020 must be brought to justice!

Dear Editor,
Guyanese must demand that they have an urgent, unhindered and immediate trial of those who are before the courts for 2020 Election Fraud. We must stop all the delays and attempts to frustrate the trial of these ‘rogues’.
Keith Lowenfield, Roxanne Myers and Clairmont Mingo must face the consequences of their roles in deliberately plunging this nation into five months of palpable tension, and pushing our people to the brink of disaster – Guyana was on the verge of a civil war. The twenty-eight criminal charges in respect to attempted election fraud must be fully ventilated in the court, and those who do the crime must serve the time. All efforts to delay and dodge the trial of those who are charged with fraud must cease, and the trial must proceed with lawful celerity.
PNC/R activists Carol Smith-Joseph, APNU/AFC former Minister of Health Volda Lawrence, along with GECOM staff Denise Babb-Cummings, Michelle Miller, Enrique Livan, Sheffern February, and the three top GECOM staff are before the court for misconduct in public office; uttering forged documents; and plotting to deceive the electors of Guyana by declaring a false account of votes.
Their deliberate attempt to use a so-called “broad sheet” to falsify the result in Region #4 was opposed vehemently. Consequently, there was an official re-count of all the votes cast under the supervision of GECOM and a high-level Caribbean Community (CARICOM) team.
The PPP/C carefully used their statements of poll to verify and confirm their votes at the polls, while the APNU/AFC refused to let their statements of poll see the light of day.
In April 2023, the Presidential Commission of Inquiry (CoI) into the events of the 2020 General and Regional Elections found that there was collusion and collaboration among senior GECOM officials to divert votes to the APNU+AFC, instead of safeguarding and preserving the integrity of the electoral system.
“Our inquiry reveals that there were, in fact, shockingly brazen attempts by Chief Elections Officer (CEO) Keith Lowenfield, Deputy Chief Elections Officer (DCEO) Roxanne Myers, and Returning Officer (RO) Clairmont Mingo to derail and corrupt the statutorily prescribed procedure for the counting, ascertaining, and tabulation of votes of the March 2nd election, as well as the true declaration of the results of that election, and that they did so – to put it in the unvarnished language of the ordinary man – to steal the election,” the commissioners said in their report.
As such, the commissioners said, after consideration and analysis of the evidence, Lowenfield, Mingo and Myers “were principally responsible for clear and deliberate attempts to frustrate, obstruct, and subvert the ascertainment of votes in electoral district No. 4.”
The fact that election-rigging is a norm for the PNC was made abundantly clear when, just recently, the PNC ‘strong man’ Hamilton Greene gave his blessings to ‘rigged elections’.
The recent historical ‘Elections’ revelations in the United States of America must serve as a lesson to the world that we must not tolerate attempts to rig elections. In Guyana, these Election Fraud cases have been allowed to linger in the courts for too long. Our people must never forget those five long months when the PNC riggers kept their knees on our people’s neck.
The Judicial Service Commission must assert itself and let us ‘bring on the Fraud trial’.

Neil Kumar