Both of those sides of the chamber have pledged assistance to Electoral Commission to perform the general elections in December even with the coronavirus pandemic.
The The vast majority Leader, Mr Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, was responding to phone calls by the Minority for the Electoral Fee (EC) to surface prior to Parliament with a roadmap on how it intends to carry out this year’s presidential and parliamentary elections.
He claimed he agreed that this year’s election ought to be held.
According to the The vast majority, the Structure was ambivalent about what need to happen in the absence of a general election and, thus, termed for actions to give place for the holding of the 2020 elections.
Minority Leader in Parliament Haruna Iddrisu and The vast majority Chief in Parliament Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu
Mr Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu claimed the Structure was not distinct about what ought to transpire ought to there be no standard election.
Making the scenario of the Minority at the graduation of the to start with sitting of the 2nd meeting of Parliament, yesterday, the Minority Chief, Mr Haruna Iddrisu reported whether COVID-19 or no COVID-19 pandemic, the EC was expected to have out the standard elections.
“This place, COVID-19 or no COVID-19, we are a democracy and our democracy will evolve and they will be predicted to perform presidential and parliamentary elections and we need to have to know what their roadmap is,” it mentioned.
“We will not acknowledge any excuse for their lack of ability to stay up to their calling beneath Report 45,” he said.