Voter’s in Guan District will vote only in the Presidential Election but not in the Parliamentary – Electoral Commission

Mrs. Jean Mensah, Chairperson of the Electoral Commission
Mrs. Jean Mensah, Chairperson of the Electoral Commission

The Electoral Commission of Ghana has announced that voter’s in Guan District will vote only in the Presidential election but not in the Parliamentary election. 

According to a statement put out by the Electoral Commission of Ghana dated 6th December, 2020 stated that “the 7th December, 2020 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections will take place in the Buem Constituency as scheduled from 7:00am to 5:00pm.

The statement from the country’s Election management body also further added that, as a result of the creation of the Guan District Local Government
(Guan District Assembly) (Establishment) Instrument, 2020 and pending
the creation of the Guan Constituency, eligible voters in the Guan District will vote only in the Presidential Election but not in the Parliamentary Election in the Buem Constituency.

Below is the Statement from the Electoral Commission of Ghana

6th December, 2020
CONDUCT OF PRESIDENTIAL AND PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS IN THE BUEM CONSTITUENCY

The Commission wishes to announce for the information of the General Public, especially voters in the Buem Constituency that the 7th December 2020 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections will take place in the Buem Constituency as scheduled from 7:00am to 5:00pm.

However, as a result of the creation of the Guan District Local Government
(Guan District Assembly) (Establishment) Instrument, 2020 and pending the creation of the Guan Constituency, eligible voters in the Guan District will vote only in the Presidential Election but not in the Parliamentary Election in the Buem Constituency.

Voters in the Guan District are to take note of this Directive from the Electoral Commission.

ELECTORAL COMMISSION

Electoral Commission of Ghana

 

 

SOURCE : Talkingdrum.com.gh
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