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PPP, NDP And PNCís Come Back Would Reduce NDCís Votes Ė NPP Vice Chair
 
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10-Nov-2016  
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First Vice Chairman of the NPP in the Central Region, Joe Donkor has described the EC boss’s recent conduct as disgraceful.  

According to him, the chairperson of the Electoral Commission [EC], Charlotte Osei has disgraced herself based on the previous decision she took in disqualifying some presidential aspirants on the 10th of October, but has to bring them back on the ballot paper after being ordered by the Supreme Court to give them a second chance to make corrections.

He said this shows that the EC is not applying its own laws or that of the state, because the apex court of the land would not have ordered them to give the aspirants a chance to correct their mistakes.

"Actions by the EC boss would block chances of female persons who would want to hold public positions…,” he said.

Speaking on UTV’s Thursday edition, Joe Donkor challenged that “President Mahama would not attain more than 35% of the presidential total ballots . . . now that the other 3 disqualified political parties have been added.”

“The NDC together with the EC connived to disqualify those presidential candidates, with the perception of them causing harm to the number of votes coming to the side of the NDC,” Joe Donkor told Lawyer Tweneboah Koduah. 

The EC before the Supreme Court’s verdict disqualified thirteen presidential aspirants from contesting in the 2016 elections for various errors detected in their forms.
 
 
 
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