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Robert Corbin
The PNCR is led by Robert Corbin. (HBN File Photo)

Hardbeatnews, GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Fri., May 19, 2006: Guyana’s main opposition party, the Peoples National Congress Reform, yesterday essentially claimed they are seeing dead people on the preliminary list of electors.

A party statement yesterday said its analysis indicates that the PLE still contains the names of the dead as the country gears up for the 2006 general election.

And they urged the Guyana Elections Commission to explain to the nation what procedures they intend to employ to fix the flaw.

The party’s comments come as a poll by former Bill Clinton ‘spin doctor,’ Dick Morris, found that 40 percent of respondents would vote for the ruling Peoples Progressive Party/Civic in this year’s ballot while 36 percent would vote for the PNCR. Interviews were done with 1,063 eligible Guyanese voters in April 2006 and the poll has a margin of error of 3 percent.

An election date has yet to be confirmed in Guyana. – Hardbeatnew