Guyana Police Use Rubber Bullets On Protestors

APNU Protestors (Demerara image)
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APNU Protestors (Demerara image)
News Americas, GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Tues. Dec. 7, 2011: Guyana police opened fire on protestors this morning in Georgetown.

The police used rubber bullets to force protestors of the A Partnership for National Unity to disperse as they continue to protest the election results from November 28th, Demerara Waves reported.

The APNU wants a reconciliation of the Statements of Poll from last week’s elections saying there were too many discrepancies.

The protestors had no permits to protest, the police said, and had marched down Brickdam before making it to the Square of the Revolution. At least four persons were arrested. USA, LLC OnDeck