According to Mr. Anyidoho, since 1992, the electoral commission EC which is responsible of organizing periodic elections in the country has continued to reform the electoral or voting system hence he does not see why one political should intentionally refused to part take in such meetings.
He there questioned those involved as to whether they will participate in the coming 2024 elections.
“Since 1992, the EC of Ghana has continued to REFORM Ghana’s electoral/voting system. So if a party continues to boycott IPAC meetings and well-intentioned reforms are accepted by Ghanaians, will that party refuse to participate in the 2024 elections? I am for peace. Shalom” he wrote on his twitter handle.
His comment came after the main opposition party, the National Democratic Congress among others did not turn out for the IPAC meetings.
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