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The Coalition of Domestic Election Observers (CODEO) says exorbitant filing fees imposed on Presidential and Parliamentary candidates as well as a concerning lack of financial transparency on behalf of the EC were both highlighted as significant problems that must urgently be addressed.

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CODEO Releases Review On Ghana’s 2016 Presidential And General Elections
 
 Feb-27:  
EU to launch report on Ghana’s 2016 elections
 
 Jan-27:  
MFWA Holds Post-elections Media Forum and Awards
 
 Jan-25:  
STATEMENT: Gov't Releases Funds For Part- Payment Of 2016 Election-Related Costs
 
 Dec-08:  
VIDEO: Nana Akufo-Addo Speaks Ahead of EC's Declaration
 Dec-08:  
FULL VIDEO: Charlotte Osei Addresses Ghanaians On Delay of Election Results
 Dec-08:  
Former President Kufour Urges NPP Supporters To Remain Calm
 
 Dec-07:  
PHOTOS: President Mahama Casts His Vote
 Dec-07:  
Prison Officer Spotted Drunk & Sleeping At Polling Station
 Dec-07:  
VIDEO: First Lady Lordina Mahama Casts Her Vote
 Dec-07:  
Voters Can Change Spoilt Ballots Several Times EC
 Dec-07:  
EC Bans Motorbikes, Alcohol At Polling Stations
 
 Dec-06:  
Wontumis Aide Denies Knowledge Of Fake Ballot Papers
 Dec-06:  
We Are Ready To Conduct Free And Fair Elections EC
 
 Dec-02:  
Election Observers Asked To Be Impartial
 Dec-02:  
EC Develops App For Poll Results
 Dec-02:  
Early Voting Troubles Wont Recur On Dec 7 - EC
 
 Nov-16:  
EC Spells-Out Electoral Offences
 
 Nov-15:  
65,000 To Vote Under Special Voting On December 1 - EC
 
 Nov-10:  
EC Urged To Develop Timetable To Prevent Late Disqualification Of Candidates
 Nov-10:  
Election 2016 Will Be Better Than 2012 - EC
 
 Nov-07:  
ROUND 2 . . . Nduom TKOs EC; EC Ordered To Allow Disqualified Candidates To MakeAmends
 Nov-07:  
Speech delivered by EC chairperson Mrs. Charlotte Osei at Chatham House
 
 Oct-27:  
Ghanaians Educated On Elections
 
 Oct-22:  
Unsigned Pink Sheets Would Not Invalidate Results - EC
 Oct-22:  
Responsible Reportage Is Expected From The Media - EC
 Oct-22:  
EC Cautions Media Practitioners Ahead Of December Polls
 
 Oct-20:  
EC Slates IPAC Meeting For October 28
 
 Sep-09:  
Parties Told To Educate Members On Proxy Voting
 
 Sep-07:  
530,000 Dead On Register - Only 64,274 Names Removed
 
 Aug-24:  
Election 2016: MFWA Fact-Checks Campaign Claims
 Aug-24:  
Ghana Not Ready For Electronic Voting EC
 
 Aug-11:  
Police Identify 5,000 Election Hotspots
 
 Aug-01:  
STATEMENT: Electronic Transmission Of Election Results...EC Replies NPP
 
 Jul-29:  
CODEOS Interim Statement: Observation Of The On-Going Voter Register Exhibition Exercise
 Jul-29:  
EC Has A Responsibility To Hold Peaceful Election
 
 Jul-26:  
On-Going Exhibition Exercise EC Officials Flee Form Wee Smokers
 
 Jul-21:  
STATEMENT: 1 Million Voters Verified In 3 Days - EC
 
 Jul-12:  
Government Of Ghana Releases Ghc 600m To EC
 
 Jun-29:  
EC To Get Additional Ghc400m
 
 Jun-22:  
EC To Exhibit Voters Register
 
 Jun-13:  
Photos: Nsiana Community Gets First Share Of Amass Ghanas Peace Everywhere Programme
 Jun-13:  
Ignore Violent Political Comments House Of Chiefs To Media
 
 May-19:  
NHIS Card Registrants Will Not Be Deleted - EC
 
 May-10:  
Over 18,000 Applicants Challenged In Just Ended Limited Registration
 May-10:  
NPP Will Win 2016 Lawyer Addison
 
 May-09:  
ECs Limited Registration Exercise Was Not Well Organized 'Chairman Wontumi'
 
 May-05:  
EC To Start Cleaning Voters' Register In June
 
 May-04:  
Ghana Deserves Continuous Peace! - SONETCO
 May-04:  
We Aint Happy With Police And EC Registration Officers - Gen. Mosquito
 
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