Pictures from The Guyana Elections 2001

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Posted March 20th. 2001. Pictures take from Stabroek News


And one more for the PNC/R: Joyce Hoyte, wife of Hugh Desmond Hoyte, presidential candidate of the People's National Congress/REFORM, casting her vote at the UNESCO office yesterday. (Ken Moore photo)



Justice For All: Presidential candidate of the Justice For All Party, C.N. Sharma casting his ballot yesterday morning at the St George's Community High School. (Lawrence Fanfair photo)



ROAR! Presidential candidate of the Rise, Organise and Rebuild Guyana Movement, Ravi Dev and his wife Padmini yesterday morning. Dev and his wife voted at the Saraswat Primary School. (Lawrence Fanfair photo)



One for the Sun: Leader of The United Force (TUF), Manzoor Nadir, carefully places his ballot yesterday into the box at the Bel Air Lions Den (Clinic), Enachu Street, Section K. (Ken Moore photo)



ROAR's tally on the rise: Leader of the Rise, Organise and Rebuild Guyana Movement, Ravi Dev places his ballot into the ballot box at the Saraswat Primary School yesterday after inking his finger. (Lawrence Fanfair photo)



Getting it just right: Presidential candidate of the People's Progressive Party/Civic, President Bharrat Jagdeo, doing the preliminaries just after marking his vote on the ballot paper yesterday at St.Gabriel's Primary School.(Ken Moore photo)



Voter gridlock: The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) advertisements about "making your mark" were certainly heard in the Kitty area. Yesterday morning at the St.Winifred's Primary School the compound was packed while people stood on the road awaiting their chance to vote. (Ken Moore photo)



On their way to make their mark: Minister of Foreign Affairs, Clement Rohee and his wife, Chameli yesterday in the St.Gabriel's Primary School compound just before they voted. (Ken Moore photo)



Voting solidly for the GDP: Leader of the Guyana Democratic Party, Asgar Ally exercising his franchise at the Two Brothers Primary School, Canal Number One, West Bank Demerara yesterday. (Lawrence Fanfair photo)



D-day: Presidential candidate of the Justice For All Party, C.N. Sharma striding into the St George's Community High School to make his mark yesterday. He is followed by his wife Savitree Singh and by party executive, Sherwood Kendall (left).



Young observer: Nancy Boodhoo, 25, with her nine-month-old daughter, Sara, in a line at St Gabriel's Primary School yesterday waiting to vote. Boodhoo said she and her husband were in the line since 6.00 am. They were not able to vote until after 8.00 am. They felt that the earlier they turned up the better their chances to vote early and get to work. (Ken Moore photo)



Chalking it up for the Palm Tree: Leader of the People's National Congress/REFORM (PNC/R), Desmond Hoyte, sliding his ballot in yesterday at the UNESCO office in the city.


Doing the right thing: Guyana Democratic Party leader Asgar Ally joined the line on arriving at his polling station yesterday at the Two Brothers Primary School, Canal Number One. He was later invited by the polling station officials to go forward and vote. (Lawrence Fanfair photo)



Looking on from the outside now: George Bourne, 84, had worked with the Elections Commission as a returning officer many years ago. However, yesterday, he stood patiently in the line at the St Gabriel's Primary School awaiting his turn to vote. "It is too slow a process with a lot of headaches to be sorted out. Voters do not know which line they should be in," he told Stabroek News.

In this Ken Moore photo, an amused Bourne patiently waits
.



NDF leader votes: Leader of the National Democratic Front, Joseph Bacchus, notches up a vote for his party in Linden yesterday. (Robert Archer photo)



Adding to his tally... Presidential Candidate of the People's Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C), President Bharrat Jagdeo, captured the attention of all yesterday as he placed his ballot in the box at his polling station, St. Gabriel's Primary School. (Ken Moore photo)



Electoral bliss: Leader of the People's National Congress/REFORM (PNC/R), Desmond Hoyte and his wife, Joyce, yesterday as they left their polling station at the UNESCO office in the city.


Rise early, vote early: These voters lined up outside of Becks Trading at Haley and D'Urban Streets Wortmanville from 6 am yesterday. (Lawrence Fanfair photo)


A different ball game yesterday: Voters as they thronged La Bonne Intention (LBI) cricket ground to express their electoral preference. (Ken Moore photo)

'Successful' voters: Electors at Success on the East Coast of Demerara queuing to make their mark at yesterday's general elections. (Aubrey Crawford photo)



Keeping busy: International observers yesterday at

the Bel Air Lions Den (Clinic), Enachu Street, Section 'K'.



Determined to vote: This elderly Lindener was assisted

to vote at his polling station in Region Ten yesterday.


Keeping busy: International observers yesterday at the
Bel Air Lions Den (Clinic), Enachu Street, Section 'K'.



Albouystown ready to vote: Residents of Albouystown line up

at the Adult Education Association building in the area yesterday
in preparation to cast their ballots. (Aubrey Crawford photo)


Help sought: Members of the public at PNC REFORM headquarters, Congress Place yesterday asking for assistance in voting. (Ken Moore photo)



Poll were supposed to be closed: Electors were at the polling stations at St Pius Primary School, West La Penitence, way past the 18:35 hrs deadline waiting to cast their ballots yesterday. (Ken Moore photo)


Huge turnout: Crowds at the new Campbellville Secondary School
line up to vote yesterday. (Ken Moore photo)

Guyana Publications Inc. 2001