The Government of Guyana intends to respect and accept whatever ruling comes down from the Caribbean Court of Justice next Tuesday.
The Court has indicated that it will hand down its rulings in the three no-confidence case appeals before it on Tuesday.
Additionally, the Court will also hand down its ruling on the appeal case dealing with the appointment of the Chairman of the Elections Commission.
At his post-cabinet press conference today, Director General at the Ministry of the Presidency, Joe Harmon said “whatever decision the Court arrives at, it is a decision, which we as a government we have committed to accept it and, therefore, we have no trepidation or fear about the decision itself. We are prepared for whatever the court will decide. We will accept the finding of the court and we will act on that finding”.
The Caribbean Court of Justice is Guyana’s final Appellate Court.
The Leader of the Opposition and Attorney Christopher Ram have asked the CCJ to throw out the Guyana Court of Appeal ruling.
The Guyana Court of Appeal had ruled that the no-confidence motion against the Government of Guyana was not properly passed since an absolute majority was not obtained.
The CCJ is expected to examine several issues in its rulings, which could either lead to early elections being called or the Government being able to serve out its full term in office.