Tano South District gets Inter-party Dialogue Committee
Bechem (B/A), April 4, GNA – Mad Cynthia Anima Boadu, Tano South District Director of the National Commission for Civic Education, has inaugurated the District Inter-Party Dialogue Committee and appealed to members to bury their political differences and help to make the biometric registration exercise successful.
She said success of the exercise depended on political parties and advised the party agents at the registration centres to comport themselves well and channel their grievances through laid-down procedures.
Nana Fosu Gyeabour Akoto II, Omanhene of Bechem Traditional Council is the chairman of the committee made up of representatives of political parties, non-governmental organisations, the clergy, NCCE, Electoral Commission (EC) and the police.
Ms. Anima said it was important for political parties to tolerate the views of their opponents and to adhere to the code of conduct governing the activities of political parties.
She said the only way the impending general election would be free and fair depended much on a credible voters' register and appealed to all eligible voters to support the EC in the registration process.
Deputy Superintendent of Police Emmanuel Baah, the District Police Commander, gave the assurance that the police would work with all relevant institutions to ensure law and order at registration centres in the district.