“Their[NPP] measure of benefit out of ROPAL will be the same to all political parties, so why their unending struggles, all we are asking for is good and sustainable process,” he asserted.
Mr. Yamin said the extension period proposed by the EC boss, Jean Mansa to the court is a perfect stand he sides with, because the Commission needs to prepare in all aspects before the process starts.
“ . . ROPAL is a good exercise to be embarked on in Ghana, but must be done in an appropriate and structured manner, not to disrupt the peace of the nation. The fact that other neighboring African countries have survived the process does not give us the yardstick to feel we can do it too,” he said.
According to him, the EC boss who is an expert in the field should be left alone with her team to handle the case in a lawful manner with the Haman Rights court than being forced by members of the government in power to implement a project the country cannot contain in the future.
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