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18.11.2008 Elections

Protect Integrity Of Electoral Process

The former President Flt Lt JJ Rawlings, has advised Ghanaians to reserve the electoral process as the will of God and preserve its sanctity as a right that must not be toyed with.

He, therefore, called on the Electoral Commission (EC) to approach the December 7 polls in a way that will protect the integrity of the electoral process.

At a meeting with some members of the National Peace Council (NPC) he  addressed some concerns raised by members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) on the elections, the former President said there will not be any hue and cry against the elections, if they are organised in a free and fair manner.

The meeting, which was held in a very frank and cordial atmosphere, is to enable the NPC to seek advice from the former President to enhance its efforts at promoting peace in the country, particularly before, during and after the December 7 polls.