Mr. Grant recounted, “This is why success came when we challenged the illegal attempt by Denzil Douglas to change the boundaries last year. There is no politics to play when our basic rights are under threat.”
Specific attention was called to the continued fight against the Labour Party’s unfair, illegal and dishonest tactics, perpetrated by a concocted Electoral Reform Process.
Mr. Grant offered the success of Hon. Eugene Hamilton, who last week got the High Court to remove the names of Helena Mulrain of St. Pauls, Tracey Mason of Parsons and Donna Henderson of Parsons , from the Constituency #8 voter list, after the Registration Officer refused PAM’s objections to the same.
The PAM Leader informed, “Since the January 2010 General Elections, I have objected to over 100 names on my list, who voted in the last election but who have never ever resided in Constituency #4.”
Grant concluded, “We rely on such principles of free and fair elections as we take the Election Petition to Court, on the 21st July 2010, after which the People’s Action
Movement will rightfully be seated in Constituency #4, where your Political
Leader will become the Member of Parliament.”
On Wednesday 7th July 2010, the People’s Action Movement filed appeals in the High Court, to have over 100 names struck from the Constituency #4 voter list.