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PNM crushes UNC in both Local Government bye-election seats

The People's National Movement has crushed the United National Congress in the bye-elections for two Local Government seats made vacant when former representatives became Members of Parliament.

The PNM tonight won the Auzonville/Tunapuna seat by a margin of 2459 to the UNC's 325.

The PNM also won the Malabar South seat by a margin of 1263 to the UNC's 29.

The results show that 97.45 percent of the votes cast in Malabar South and 88.04 percent of the votes cast in Auzonville/Tunapuna, went to the PNM.

Appeal Court rules in favour of UNC Election Petition case continuing

The Appeal Court has ruled in favour of the UNC Election Petition case continuing. 

The ruling was handed down as short whole ago, with two judges ruling in favour and one judge ruling against. [SEE VIDEO BELOW]

Chief Justice Ivor Archie ruled against but Justices Peter Jamadar and Allan Mendonca ruled for.

The UNC are challenging the decision by the Election and Boundaries Commission to extend voting by an hour on election day, a decision the EBC said it made as a result of the torrential rain.

Final voting list for UNC Internal Elections submitted to candidates

The final list for the UNC Internal Election has been completed and submitted to all relevant parties.

A statement from the UNC's Election Management Committee says that its members have completed their exercise and have forwarded the final UNC membership list to the chairman of the Management Committee.

It says that the Committee has since made copies of the final membership list and has made them available to all relevant parties.

It says that the agents accepting the final membership list signed a confidentiality agreement on behalf of their candidates.

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