The Minority in Parliament wants the Electoral Commission of Ghana to appear before parliament over the allegations that they are compelling new voters to register.
They urge that EC should appear before Parliament next week to explain the whole process to them so they can make a way to solve future controversies.
“Now that the Subsidiary Legislation Committee is doing what we call pre-laying… [maybe] the EC can appear before us next week before we adjourn so that when it comes and briefs us as a committee of the whole, then we juxtapose the two inputs and be able to see how we can find a way to solve these problems so that when the time comes, we wouldn’t be confronted with some controversial issues,” the insisted.
Meanwhile, the Electoral Commission has refuted the allegation made against them.
They added that they are coming out with a new Constitutional Instrument (CI) which they have had a series of Inter-Party Advisory meetings with the political parties which they said NDC has not been attending.
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