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Minority’s movement on C.I. mischievous and untimely – Greater part MPs

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Some Majority MPs in Parliament have described as mischievous and premature a movement by Bawku Central MP, Mahama Ayariga seeking a rejection of the Constitutional Instrument (C.I.) that will make it possible for the Electoral Fee to sign-up new voters centered on a new set of principles.

The new C.I. if passed, will get rid of the voter’s ID card as a registration doc for a new voter ID card but allow for the use of the Ghana Card.

The C.I. demands 21 ongoing sitting down times to experienced and currently is working day 10. The see of movement submitted by Mr. Ayariga is asking the home to reject the Community Elections (Registration of Voters) (Modification) Laws 2020 C.I. 126, even in advance of the Subsidiary Legislation Committee submits a report on the C.I. to the floor.

But Greater part MPs are against the movement.

Okaikoi Central MP, Yaw Boamah mentioned the motion is premature, he does not see the foundation for Mr Ayariga’s application and how he is heading to triumph.

Speaking to JoyNews’ Joseph Opoku Gakpo, he stated “he [Ayariga] is trying to run in advance of time, make mischief and confusion in the minds of Ghanaians. He is not going to realize success.

“He is not hard the EC’s electrical power to amend the C.I. he is just assign for a rejection and what will be your basis for a rejection,” he added.

Mr Boamah the move is portion of the NDC’s grand scheme to mar the total electoral method and our quest to have a tranquil normal elections in December.

He mentioned customers of Parliament’s Subsidiary Legislative Committee have sat with officers of the EC and agreed on the C.I. which is going by the constitutional approach.

“So I never recognize the mischief that his is seeking to foment. I am determined to help every single constitutional method as set out by the structure in the direction of a cost-free and a tranquil basic election,” he stressed.

Sekondi MP, Andrew Agyapa Mercer said the motion will be shot down by the The greater part.

Echoing the sentiments of his colleague, Mr Mercer reported the movement “is not going anyplace. The EC is trying to get to amend sections of an existing Constitutional Instrument.

“What is the basis or the rational that he proposes in his motion that would warrant Parliament annulling the polices that has been positioned prior to us? I don’t see this movement succeeding at all,” he extra.



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