We are prepared to deal with election conflicts. Chief Justice

Chief Justice Kwasi Anin-Yeboah said that judges were trained in election adjudication in order to enable them to deal equally, appropriately and quickly with election-related cases.

He said the judges in the December 7 elections are prepared to deal with election conflicts.

Justice Anin-Yeboah said this at the launch of the updated election adjudication manual on Tuesday, 24 November, when he was speaking.

I want to assure the good people of Ghana, as we prepare for the 2020 elections, of the thoroughness, professionalism and patriotism with which we approach and discharge our duties. That’s never going to improve.’

As part of our preparations for the 2020 elections, the Chief Justice said, “Our judges have sufficient training to better improve their ability to deal with disputes that may arise after these elections.”

“Judges were sensitized “in order to be able to resolve electoral conflicts expeditiously.

Chief Justice Anin Yeboah said I am hopeful that our judges will bring these additional skills to bear in determining disputes that may arise after the elections.”

On December 7, 2020, Ghanaians will go to the polls to elect a president and members of Parliament.

By Laud Nartey||Ghana


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