Vincentian PM calls for speedy resolution of electoral uncertainty in St. Kitts-Nevis

Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves of St. Vincent & the Grenadines wants a speedy resolution of concerns regarding the outcome of the St. Kitts-Nevis general election, which was held Monday.

(PERSONAL FILE IMAGE) Dr. Gonsalves read a statement on ZIZ radio in St. Kitts, calling for the Supervisor of Elections to act speedily to declare the results of the election, so that the uncertainty concerning the outcome can be resolved.

(PERSONAL FILE IMAGE) Dr. Gonsalves read a statement on ZIZ radio in St. Kitts, calling for the Supervisor of Elections to act speedily to declare the results of the election, so that the uncertainty concerning the outcome can be resolved.

There has been a delay in announcement of official results because, as Supervisor of Elections Wingrove George has confirmed, the results are being challenged in several constituencies.

The count in the general election came to a halt 12 hours after polling stations closed on Monday.

The state-owned ZIZ radio announced early Tuesday that there would be no more announcement of the results.

Dr. Timothy Harris, leader of the opposition Team Unity, has appealed for calm.

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