UWP’s Application to challenge the December 2019 election results has been adjourned
An application to strike the election results of the December 2019 elections, filed by the United Workers Party has been adjourned to July 21.
The UWP is seeking to have the court overturn the results in St. Joseph, Mahaut, Morne Jaune, La Plaine, Castle Bruce, Salybia, Roseau Valley, Roseau Central, Roseau South, and Wesley constituencies.
Guyanese born, Grenada based, resident Judge Raulston Glasgow, is the new judge assigned to hear the matter.
At Tuesday’s hearing, he pledged to deal with the case expeditiously.
The judge asked the respondents and the petitioners to provide summaries of their cases to assist the court in moving the process forward.
Both sides agreed to have all the necessary documents filed before the July 21st, 2020 adjournment date.