The APNU+AFC Coalition is still monitoring the voting process across the country on Elections Day and is generally satisfied with the voting process “so far”.
Co-Chairman of the APNU+AFC coalition, Raphael Trotman told reporters at an early Monday afternoon press conference that the coalition remains confident of victory when the results are announced.
He said based on information from many of the outlying regions, the voting process has gone smoothly with a large voter turn out in many parts of the country including Georgetown.
He said the coalition received a report of an underage young woman casting a ballot in Region Five, but the matter is under investigation.
Trotman said persons who have still not voted as ought to do so before the close of polls.
“Every citizen should go out and vote. It is our right. You can’t criticize a government if we did not participate in choosing that government”, he said.
Trotman also said it is important for persons to remain vigilant as voting comes to a close. He said persons should guard their vote and their democratic right. The campaign chairman said while they should not interfere with the process, they should not go home and forget about it.
“If there is nothing bad happening in a polling place, then there is nothing to worry about”.