A member of the advisory Board for the Coalition of Domestic Election Observers, CODEO, John Larvie says the current probe of the three commissioners of the Electoral Commission must not stop it from going ahead to implement the Human Right’s Court ruling on the Representation of the Peoples Amendment Act.
He said there are other Directors at the commission who can equally take decisions.
He said the EC must not be rushed into the implementation of the Representation of the People’s Amendment Act, but must be allowed to implement it well.
He is optimistic that the commission is ready to do so. Mr. Larvie said the EC should put the necessary systems in place for the implementation of the ROPAA.
Governance Expert Professor Baffour Agyemang Duah, acknowledged that there will be challenges with the implementation of the ROPAA but they should not be reason’s for Ghanaians living abroad to be disenfranchised.