GUYANA USHED IN THEIR NEW PRESIDENT AFTER SEVERAL MONTHS OF LEGAL WRANGLINGS.
Five months after a general election, the opposition candidate Irfaan Ali has been sworn in as Guyana’s president.
Following allegations of vote tampering, a recount and a lengthy legal battle, the election commission declared Mr Ali the winner on Sunday. August 2nd.
The 40-year-old, Mr Ali was sworn in hours later.
His rival, outgoing president David Granger, said he would take his allegations of fraud to the high court.