The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) says they want to see fairness, transparency, and integrity in the process leading to the upcoming General Elections.
This has been stressed by the flagbearer of the main opposition party, Mr Dramani Mahama during a press conference in Accra on Thursday to address issues of anomalies that have characterised the recently compiled new voter's register.
“...it matters very little whether the situation confronting us is a product of incompetence, malice or both. Our demands are the same regardless. We want to see fairness, transparency, and integrity in the processes leading up to the election, including in this exhibition exercise”, the former President told Journalists yesterday.
While urging the EC to seriously take all the challenges pointed out in the exhibition exercise and address them before December, John Dramani Mahama has emphasized that the NDC will not accept results of a flawed election.
“But let me serve notice once again that we will not accept the result of a flawed election. We will certainly not look on, neither will we shirk our civic responsibility and allow the EC- whether by ill intent or sheer incompetence- to usurp the people's mandate in the December 7 polls”, the NDC flagbearer said.
The NDC has called on the Electoral Commission to have a regular, comprehensive, and transparent dialogue with the Inter Party Advisory Committee (IPAC) to look for the best way forward before the December 7 polls.
Below is the speech: