The Guyana Electoral Commission declared opposition Mohammed Irfaan Ali President of the country this Sunday after the March 2 elections.
Election commission head Keith Lowenfield has submitted a report on the results of the election to Guyana Electoral Director Judge Claudette Singh, based on data collected in the national census.
According to the local newspaper ‘Guyana Chronicle’, Ali’s led Progressive People’s Party (PPP) has 33 seats, while President David Granger, the Association for the National Alliance for Change (UNPA-), was founded. AFC, for its acronym in English, has 31 seats.
Ali, 40, was Minister of Housing during the previous PPP government. He was elected to the presidency of his group in January 2019.