ACILA Launches Survey On Presidential Election In Ghana
The Africa Center for International Law and Accountability (ACILA), a US and Ghana-based nonprofit, apolitical, non-governmental, research and education think tank, has launched a survey on the 2016 presidential election of Ghana.
“As part of our public service to Ghana, we plan to introduce ACILA Vote Match, a short online quiz which allows voters to answer questions about their views on issues. These views are then matched to the policies of candidates to assist a voter determine which candidate’s proposed solutions to the issues matches the voter’s political preferences.” William Nyarko, Executive Director of ACILA said in a statement to ModernGhana.
The ACILA Vote Match Survey, according to the statement is part of the process of gathering data from the electorate to determine the issues for the election. The candidates will be asked to provide their proposed solutions to the issues raised by the electorate for the creation of the online quiz.
“From the news value standpoint, we are excited about the prospect of collaborating with the media, including the influential Modern Ghana to publish the data from the survey and share with the public", Mr. Nyarko added.
ACILA focuses in the areas of international criminal justice, international law, human rights, good governance, anti-corruption, rule of law, and monitoring African States' compliance with international instruments.
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