Ruling, opposition parties in joint law suit against polls body
Just months before Ghana’s presidential and general elections in December, four political parties—including the ruling NDC and the main opposition NPP---are jointly taking the country’s electoral commission to court.
The two other political parties are the opposition Convention People's Party and the PNC.
The four parties have put up a united front by jointly filing a law suit against the electoral commission, seeking to stop it from conducting by-elections before December’s general elections.
As WADR’s Accra Correspondent Kofi Agyepong reports, this is a rare move in Ghana to see the ruling NDC party and its main political rival, NPP take a singular position on an issue.
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