The ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) has cancelled its manifesto launch from August 28, 2016, to another date.
Director of Communications for the NDC James Asante who confirmed the news said the party would issue an official statement to announce a new date for the manifesto launch.
He further revealed that the press statement would point out reasons why the manifesto launch has been cancelled.
So far, the only party to have released a clear cut policy in the form of a manifesto for the 2016 elections is the Progressive People’s Party (PPP).
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Civil society organisations and pressure groups have criticised the two major political parties [NDC and NPP] for the delay in the release of a manifesto.
The NDC party announced during its recent campaign launch in Cape Coast that it will be launching their manifesto for the 2016 election on Sunday.