Nii Kpakpo Samoa Addo, a legal counselor, anticipates that John Mahama should pull out his political decision request on the off chance that he comes up short in his next endeavor to get the Electoral Commission (EC) Chairperson to affirm for the situation.
“In the event that he applies to return his case and the court actually rejects for him to give the summon then I think there will no reason for seeking after this case any further,” Mr. Addo said on The Big Issue.
“I will be astonished if the candidate really sees this case as far as possible,” he included his comments on the matter.
Mr. Mahama’s direction had shut its case in the request however has been constrained to turn around its choice after the EC’s legal advisors chose to likewise close its case hence keeping the EC Chair, Jean Mensa from affirming for the situation.
Mr. Mahama’s legal advisors protested the application yet the court decided that it can’t urge Mr. Mensa to take the observer box.
The legal advisor emphasized the contentions by Mr. Mahama’s lawful group saying Mrs. Mensa should have been responsible for the situation.
“The one against whom the charge was made is the sole returning official in this political decision. She is the one in particular who can reply to the particular charges that have been made against her.”
Mr. Addo advised that her getting away from declaration could negatively affect the soundness of future races.
“On the off chance that the Electoral Commissioner isn’t responsible in a court cycle in regard of how she acted… at that point essentially the thing you are saying that in a political decision later on, all issues are gotten comfortable the surveying stations.”
Despite the fact that the Supreme Court hosts requested the gatherings for the situation to record shutting contentions by February 17, Mr. Mahama’s guidance has documented a movement at the Supreme Court for leave to resume his case.
It plans to summon Mrs. Mensa to affirm in the observer box.