The United Force is saddened by the recent defeat and loss in the National Assembly after the party was not able keep its one seat in parliament won at the 2006 elections. Despite the loss the party still managed to gain two regional seats.
Executive Member, Peter Persaud strongly believes the party was at a disadvantage this time around after an in-house fight for the leadership. He said because of the battle for the throne the party lost time and was not focusing on the election campaign.
Persaud said his party has accepted the results made by the Guyana Elections Commission and is of the opinion that the major political parties should focus on moving the country forward.
The United Force is already looking to see how it can step up its game in what the Executive member calls a new political battle since it does not plan to join forces with any other party.
With over 300 thousand electors casting their ballots on Election Day only 885 voted for the United Force.