The APNU+AFC on Thursday announced that it has launched a public service initiative to help the general public to access unofficial election results in a timely manner.
Project GPS has two phases, the opposition coalition announced. Phase One of the GPS mapping of all the Polling Booth locations for the May 11th General Elections.
Phase Two is the submission of photographs of the Statements of Poll on election night, the party explained.
The coalition wants members of the public to submit the GPS locations and photos of polling stations nationwide using their smartphones via WhatsApp to mobile number 602 7021.
“On election night members of the public are asked to take a photo of the Statement of Poll after it is posted outside the polling station and send to the same number or upload to their social media accounts using the hashtag #guyanadecides,” says APNU+AFC.
The coalition says all Statements of Poll (SOPs) will be collated and posted on the internet for everyone countrywide and overseas to see unofficial results. The website on which the results will be posted will be announced later.