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Security isn’t our work yet no lives should be lost in elections – EC Boss

Security isn’t our work yet no lives should be lost in elections – EC Boss. The Electoral Commission (EC), has said it can’t be reprimanded for the viciousness that brought about the passing of certain people in the 2020 decisions.

The EC has been enormously reprimanded for directing a political decision that prompted the passing of approximately five people with others truly harmed.

Be that as it may, to the Chairperson, Jean Mensa said despite the fact that they accept lives should not be lost during races, security was not aspect of their responsibilities.

Madam Mensa offered the comments at an IPAC survey workshop on the 2020 surveys, on Tuesday, May 18, 2021.

“An incredibly upsetting test is the savagery which prompted the passing of residents of our country. Also, we say never again. Never again should we go to a political decision and have anyone lose their lives. Here additionally, there is a propensity for fingers to be pointed at the EC when security isn’t the center order of the EC.

“I have perused the constitution and security isn’t essential for our center command. I utilize this event to explain that the EC isn’t liable for political race security, albeit the whole political decision and its prosperity lay on the shoulders of the Commission. Our command as dug in the Constitution does exclude security,” she said.

She asked the police to accelerate examinations concerning the killings to convey equity to the influenced.

“I accept this open door to call upon the Police Service and the National Elections Task Force to accelerate their examinations and carry the offenders to book.

“The groups of the people in question, the residents of Ghana, and the worldwide local area are trusting that equity will be done,” she offered.

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