The NDC can seek for review in Electoral commission case after July 15th.
View pictures in App save up to 80% data. The Supreme Court dismissed the National Democratic Congress' case against the Electoral Commission yesterday. The National Democratic Congress filed a case at the Supreme Court that sought to prevent the Electoral Commission from compiling a new voter and excluding the old voter identity cards as a document of proof ones citizenship.
After the judgment, the Apex Court revealed that the reasons for the dismissal of the case would be made public on the 15th of July, 2020. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
In reacting to the Supreme Court's ruling, the Member of Parliament for Builsa North, James Agalga said that the National Democratic Congress cannot go for a review as the Electoral Commission would commence the registration process before the reasons by the Apex Court would be released. He continued by saying that, a plaintiff can only go for a review after the reasons for dismissing his or her case is made public.
The law maker made this claim on the Good Morning Ghana show on Metro TV hosted by Randy Abbey.(26th June, 2020)
Agyapa Mesah, a New Patriotic Party member of Parliament reacted to his colleague's claim by saying that the National Democratic Congress did provide evidence to warrant any reliefs.
The Supreme Court also dismissed another case against the Electoral Commission on same matter.