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Norton says he is confident ahead of 2025 polls, despite lowest turnout ever at an APNU/AFC rally

The small gathering at the rally

The A Partnership For National Unity+ Alliance For Change (APNU) saw what can described as the lowest turnout ever at a rally on Tuesday evening held at the Burnham Court. Despite this, Opposition Leader, Aubrey Norton says he is confident ahead of the 2025 General Election.

Norton said he is sure they can “beat” the PPP/C Government at the election but that can only happen if there is a clean voters list and an independent seven- member commission of GECOM.

Norton went a step further to accuse the Chairwoman, Justice Ret’d Claudette Singh of voting with the PPP/C commissioners’ decision and reiterated his call that “Claudette must go.”

“By the time the Elections are called, we ready for them because we have already said it, we want Guyana to grow and if Guyana is to grow the PPP must go.”

Norton told his supporters, many of who traveled from Linden and other areas, that before the next election, his party would seek all avenues to ensure that there is a clean voters list because only if there is one then the APNU will be able to win the election.

However, the APNU will have to consider the votes being lost as the AFC mulls pulling out of the coalition by the end of the year.


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