Ghana's supreme court will decide if electoral commission's activities are in line with constitution

4 June
Elections in Ghana, 2004 (photo credit: Erik Cleves Kristensen/flickr)
Elections in Ghana, 2004 (photo credit: Erik Cleves Kristensen/flickr)
The Supreme Court will later today hear a case filed by the largest opposition NDC challenging the Electoral Commission’s decision to compile a new Voters’ Register ahead of the December polls. [ . . . ] In a writ invoking the original jurisdiction of the court, the NDC is seeking a true and proper interpretation of Article 45(a) of the 1992 Constitution, on whether the EC has “the constitutional power to, and can, compile a register of voters only once, and thereafter revise it periodically, as may be determined by law”.
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