The Eminent Committee set up to advice the Electoral Commission (EC) of Ghana has urged all stakeholders to be calm, as talks begin on the proposed new voters’ register. This is to find solutions to the matter that will auger well with all political parties and stakeholders.
The EC today held a meeting with the Eminent Advisory Committee to “outline the justification for the procurement of the new Biometric Voter Management System and the compilation of a new voters’ register” ahead of the 2020 general elections.
According to the Chairman of the Committee, Justice Emile Short, in a press statement released today, and sighted by ghananewsonline.com.gh, the EC and the Eminent Committee will proceed to meet the Inter Party Advisory Committee (IPAC) to further “deliberate on the matter”.
They therefore urged all political parties and stakeholders involved to remain calm “as they work in the national interest”.