What do you need to cover up? – Appiah-Oppong to EC for not creating records in court

The lawful advice of 2020 NDC Presidential competitor, John Mahama is worried about the Electoral Commission’s (EC) inflexible stance against creating the first archives of the 2020 official political decision brings about court.

The Counsel’s anxiety comes after the legal counselors for the EC harshly kicked against the solicitation by Mr Mahama in the Apex Court to be permitted to review records in the guardianship of the EC.

These reports, as indicated by the solicitor, were depended upon by the EC to declare the aftereffects of the official races across surveying stations, body electorate, provincial, and public gathering habitats.

In any case, the lead counsel for the EC, Justin Amenuvor restricted the solicitation, contending that the reports are now in the authority of Mr Mahama through his representatives who checked the races the nation over.

Albeit the solicitation by Mr Mahama was excused by the seven-part board of judges, the contention of the EC lawful delegate has left waiting inquiries on the personalities of the applicant’s legal advisors.

While tending to the press after procedures Wednesday, Feb 3, the representative for Mr Mahama’s legitimate group, Marietta Brew Appiah-Oppong implied that the EC had something to stow away for which reason they are against making those archives accessible in court.

She demanded that if the Commission and its Chairperson, Jean Mensa directed the political decision decently as they guarantee, they would not stop for a second to create the first archives.

“Regardless, the EC should be an unbiased establishment in this entire political race measure. So what do they need to stow away? What bias will be occasioned to them on the off chance that they produce the records for us to see? None, at all.

“On the off chance that you directed your exercises as EC, as EC Chair, reasonably, straightforwardly, fairly, for what reason would you not produce the archives for us to see?” She addressed.

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