OPPOSITION LEADER PUTS HOME AFFAIRS MINISTRY AND POLICE COMMISSIONER ON NOTICE OVER VOTER FRAUD CASE

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Now that the Guyana Elections Commission has taken additional steps to verify acts of alleged voter impersonation during the last General and Regional Elections,  the APNU+AFC is placing the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Commissioner of Police on notice to treat the matter with urgency, or the coalition will expose corrupt practices. Timeka Rodney has the details.

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