ABEC rejects Lovell's claim

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The Antigua and Barbuda Electoral Commission, also known as ABEC, is rejecting UPP leader Harold Lovell’s claim that his party received more votes in last week’s election than announced by the commission.
Lovell made the claim today on OBSERVER radio, but ABEC Chairman Nathaniel Paddy James says he is satisfied with their numbers.

Meanwhile, Lovell has also claimed that some voters were induced to vote in a particular way by another party.
James notes that such inducements are unlawful, and he is urging the UPP leader to produce the evidence to the relevant authorities to support his allegation.

Chairman of the Antigua and Barbuda Electoral Commission Nathaniel “Paddy” James.

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