The Supreme Court has in a consistent choice excused an application by the 2020 NDC official competitor looking for leave to resume his case.
His application follows a prior decision by the peak court that it can't propel a gathering for a situation to cite proof if the gathering would not like to do as such.
In any case, contending his case yesterday, lead counsel for Mr Mahama, Tsatsu Tsikata said they were shocked when the EC Chairperson picked not to affirm subsequent to presenting an observer proclamation, consequently the choice to resume the case and request a summon.
He demands that there are likewise charges that surfaced during the interrogation of their observers and these are matters just the EC Chairperson can address.
Giving further contentions under the watchful eye of the decision today, Lawyer Tsikata said he has recorded new specialists that will back cases that the Chairperson is an individual and subsequently can be summoned.
Yet, this solicitation had been restricted by legal advisors for the EC and President Akufo-Addo; the first and second Respondents in the political decision appeal hearing.
The two sides demand that the candidate is just looking to utilize the secondary passage to help an appeal he has flopped woefully to demonstrate.
The two direction further contended that in the event that the journey is to give new proof, at that point Mr. Mahama's group has neglected to show that there is a piece of proof they can separate from the EC Chairperson with the possibility to substantially influence how the case is resolved.
Support this position, Chief Justice Kwasi Anin-Yeboah who read the decision said the candidate has not demonstrated how the proof he expects to request from the EC Chairperson will assist with deciding the case.
Again the Chief Justice accentuated that the accomplishment of the solicitor's case is reliant on his proof and consequently the choice to close his case did not depend on the way that Madam Jean Mensa had recorded an observer explanation and was to affirm.
He additionally expressed that the contentions raised by the guidance for the candidate are practically equivalent to those mentioned in the criticism regarding the first Respondent's choice not to call an observer; along these lines Section 26 of the Evidence Act isn't material for this situation.
The Chief Justice finished up by clarifying that the EC Chairperson isn't being investigated thus she can't be approached to vindicate herself.
The consultation has been deferred to Wednesday, February 17.
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