Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Politics

 

Politics

 

Africa politics

Tsatsu Tsikata Tells Supreme Court Not To Deny Assin North MP Ahead Of Ruling.

Legal advisors for the Defendant had reprimanded the Justices not to deny the electorates a MP.They showed that the EC cleared their client to challenge the decisions.


Legal advisor for Assin North MP, James Gyakye Quayson, have encouraged the Supreme Court not to deny individuals of Assin North an individual from Parliament even on a between time premise.

Photo: Tsatsu Tsikata

As indicated by Tsatsu Tsikata, the gathering shopping and control of the legal cycle can't be a legitimization for the removing of a challenged and won a person political decision subsequent to acquiring 54.19% of substantial votes cast.


His remarks were contained in records documented for the benefit of the MP at the Supreme Court.The Supreme Court will on Wednesday, April 13 convey a significant decision to decide the destiny of the beset MP.


Attorneys Tsatsu Tsikata and Justin Teriwajah had fought that preceding the political decision, the qualification of Mr. Quayson was tested.


Be that as it may, the Electoral Commission cleared the MP to challenge the surveys.

They expressed that the matter wound up at the High Court with the court invalidating the surveys.

They, in any case, show that the High Court in Cape Coast blundered in closing regarding this situation since it ought to have alluded important segments of the Constitution to the SupremeCourt for understanding.


The attorneys of the MP further contend that in the considerable case going with the solicitation to limit the administrator by the Plaintiff, Michael Ankomah-Nimfah's legal advisors regardless yield that an issue of translation emerges.


To them, the Supreme Court would need to talk with regards to this issue after which the case will be sent back to the High Court.


"That the Supreme Court can't continue with the reliefs looked for by the Plaintiff in light of simple also, unconfirmed claims of his owing faithfulness to a country other than Ghana.


That it would deny individuals of Assin North their right of portrayal in the eighth Parliament of the Fourth Republic assuming the Supreme Court were to give the reliefs looked for by the Plaintiff even on a between time premise.


"The Plaintiff should not to be permitted in gathering shopping and sheer control of legal

cycle to flip equity completely around," the reports expressed further.

Content created and supplied by: Colas (via Opera News )

Assin North James Gyakye Quayson Justin Teriwajah Supreme Court Tsatsu Tsikata

COMMENTS

Load app to read more comments