2020 elections: Commonwealth observers show up to screen Ghana polls 

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2020 elections: Commonwealth observers show up to screen Ghana polls 

The Commonwealth Observer Group (COG), whose individuals are drawn from different Commonwealth nations with foundations going from political, constituent, common society and basic liberties just as lawful fields, has shown up in Ghana for the official and parliamentary political decision because of be hung on Monday, 7 December 2020. 

The gathering has just gotten briefings from the Electoral Commission (EC), ideological groups, police, and common social orders. 

The Commonwealth Observer Group individuals incorporate Chairperson - Dr. Emmanuel Ugirashebuja, previous President of the East African Court, Rwanda; Musa Mwenye, SC, previous Attorney General, Zambia; and Baroness Denise Patricia Kingsmill, Member of the House of Lords, United Kingdom. 

Different individuals are Marcella Samba-Sesay, Chairperson National Election Watch (New), Sierra Leone, and Hon Martha Karua, Former Minister of Justice, Kenya. 

In a proclamation, Chair of the COG Dr. Ugirashebuja stated: "We perceive the essentialness of these decisions to the individuals of Ghana and like the difficulties they accompany as the world fights the Coronavirus pandemic. These races are likewise the principal the Commonwealth Secretariat has sent an eyewitness gathering to since the pandemic started." 

"We are here to notice the discretionary cycle and will act fairly and freely as we investigate its association and direct. We will look to evaluate the pre-political decision climate, surveying day exercises, and the post-political race time frame. 

"We will at that point accept a view concerning whether it has been led to the worldwide and provincial norms to which Ghana has submitted itself, including the nation's own laws". 

The Commonwealth Ghana Head of Mission for the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council, Mr. John Apea expressed: 

"Ghana has consistently been the reference point for popular government in Africa, and I anticipate that this should proceed and for the spectators to act fairly. The COG will give an Interim Statement of its starter discoveries on 9 December. A last report will be submitted to the Secretary-General and made accessible to the public thereafter".

 

SOURCE: https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/politics/2020-elections-Commonwealth-observers-arrive-to-monitor-Ghana-polls-1127903


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