The Supreme Court docket has told attorneys in the scenario relating to the compilation of new voters’ sign-up to steer clear of granting media interviews.
This the Court docket states has the likely of heightening the stakes in the make a difference for citizens in a manner that could most likely have an impact on the peace of the state.
The 7 member panel comprising Main Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah and Justices Jones Dotse, Paul Baffoe Bonnie, Sule Gbagegbe, Samuel K Marful-Sau, Nene Amegatcher, and Professor Ashie Kotey particularly took problem with an job interview the NDC’s Godwin Tamakloe had granted.
Mr Tamakloe clarified it was an job interview he granted journalist Paul Adom Otchere someday in May perhaps this yr which was played again not long ago.
The Court nonetheless pointed out that even at that time the circumstance had previously been filed. Mr. Tamakloe then apologized to the court docket.
The Court cautioned lawyers in the case to desist from the observe of submitting a circumstance and arguing it publicly insisting they can fairly file the case in the media if they never want the court to operate.
“Stop speaking, you can file your scenario in the media if you want to”, Justice Gbadegbe said.
The NDC needs the Apex Court to get the EC to allow for citizens use the present voters ID card as proof of citizenship to take part in the approaching registration work out.
The court docket has established June 23, to provide its judgement.