Use Laid Down Process to address Electoral Disputes – Peace Council urges John Mahama
Peace is very important in every country in the World that’s why The national peace council in a statement has Urged the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) to use the laid down processes to address any electoral disputes.
“It is from this backdrop that the National Peace Council encourages particularly the NDC and any other politician with grievances to use the laid down processes to address their electoral disputes.
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“The Council recalls the resort to the courts to seek redress when the NPP was dissatisfied with the 2012 general election, which resulted in rather positive outcomes that led to significant reforms in Ghana’s electoral system. In the same vein, the National Peace Council encourages the NDC to follow suit to deepen our democratic gains rather than taking to the streets; a potential threat that can spark post-election violence and mar the entire peaceful election process,” the Council said in a statement.
The statement added:
“The Police should enforce the laws without fear or favor and investigate all crimes committed to ensure justice. They are encouraged to deal strictly according to law, with those who may want to use the genuine concern of electoral disputants to foment trouble in the country.