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20-Nov-2009  
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Mr. Ambrose Dery, Deputy Minority Leader in Parliament on Friday said Ghana's democracy since 1992 had created a positive image for the country.

"Most African countries have confidence in Ghana's democracy and rely on us to play a pioneering role in the democratisation of the Continent," he said.

Mr. Dery made the observation in an interview with the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in Accra, before his departure to Namibia.

He is leading a 36-member Pan-African Parliamentary delegation to observe the Namibian Presidential and Parliamentary elections scheduled for November 27-29.

Mr. Dery said Ghana had organised five successful general elections without any serious national problem which had become a precedent for other African countries striving to emulate.
 
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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