EC to hold IPAC meeting today amid controversy over electoral calendar

The Electoral Commission (EC) has arranged an Inter-Party Advisory Committee (IPAC) meeting for today to address matters related to the upcoming December 7 elections, with a particular focus on the electoral schedule.

However, both the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) assert that they have not officially received communication from the EC regarding the schedule.

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The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has raised concerns about certain elements of the schedule that have been disclosed publicly.

Mustapha Gbande, a deputy General Secretary of the NDC, expressed dissatisfaction with what he characterized as insufficient communication between the EC and its stakeholders.

“The information published in the Daily Graphic isn’t a document for stakeholders to consider. The EC should formally communicate any such document under their letterhead or logo to the parties.”

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“Political parties cannot accept communication from the EC through publications. It’s concerning that the EC would deny leaking the information. This raises worries about the handling of the 2024 general elections,” he added in an interview Citi News.

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