The Caribbean Court of Justice has thrown out the Guyana Court of Appeal ruling on the no-confidence motion against the Guyana Government and has ruled that the motion was properly passed on December 21, 2018.
In handing down the judgement, President of the CCJ, Justice Adrian Saunders said the Court has found that 33 is the majority in the Guyana Parliament and therefore the motion was passed by a majority.
The Court also ruled that it could not invalidate the vote of Charrandass Persaud and also threw out the argument that he needed to vote for his list.
While handing down the decision of the Court, Justice Saunders did not make any consequential orders. He instead tasked the Attorneys in the matter with coming up with the possible consequential orders and put those orders to the Court on June 24.
The Caribbean Court of Justice is Guyana’s final Appellate Court.