An Accra High Court has instructed the Electoral Commission (EC) to give an opportunity to the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) to correct errors and make corrections on their nomination papers.
The court presided over by His Lordship George Kyei Baffour ruled that the EC did not adhere to their own regulations spelt in the CI44. The court, however, ordered that the PPP be given the opportunity to do the right thing.
Dr Nduom and 12 other presidential aspirants were disqualified from contesting in the December elections over alleged illegalities on their nomination forms.
Dr Nduom, according to the EC, was disqualified because “the number of subscribers to his forms did not meet the requirements of Regulation 7 (2) (b) of CI 94.
But the judge upon hearing the sides ruled that the EC can only make a decision after the correction on whether they had fulfilled all the requirements to be put on the ballot paper.
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