Minority Chief Haruna Iddrisu has claimed his self-confidence in the judiciary to be impartial about issues involving the National Democratic Congress (NDC) is step by step eroding.
Speaking on JoyNews’ PM Specific May 20, Mr Iddrisu discussed that though his aspect of parliament has critical concerns with the Constitutional Instrument that if handed by parliament will empower the Electoral Commission (EC) to compile a new voters’ sign-up, using the make any difference up in the court could not be an selection.
The Minority Leader argues that he has gotten “very unwilling with the courts,” a progress borne out of a current conclusion in a circumstance involving the Unique Prosecutor Martin Amidu and the previous Deputy Attorney Standard, Dr Dominic Aynie.
The Supreme Court docket on May 13 dominated that Martin Amidu is suitable to hold business as Particular Prosecutor.
Former Deputy Lawyer Standard had dragged Mr Amidu to court docket challenging his qualification to maintain the OSP at 65, which is the retirement age of all holders of public offices designed pursuant to Short article 190 (1)(d).
On this basis the Mr Iddrisu said “I am not happy with the ruling of the supreme court. Dr Ayine and Martin Amidu situation. Do you know what the Supreme Court docket has basically said… that Posting 190 of the constitution is irrelevant… Your aunt, grandmother and grandfather, you can constitute them tomorrow and come and do community service mainly because your practical experience as a vital human useful resource is nonetheless vital.”
He lamented what he believes was a seeming bias on the bench toward the appointing authority in direction of the Akufo-Addo led administration.
“I am commencing to seem again with some disappointment that we count on this independent adjudicator?” he stated.