Previous President John Mahama has made his legal counselors apply for audit of the Supreme Court administering in regard of the ruling against Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Jean Mensa, affirming in the progressing political race appeal case.
The court after the accommodation by legal advisors for the Electoral Commission and President Akufo-Addo, decided last Thursday that Mrs. Jean Mensa couldn’t be constrained to affirm in the matter.
This decision was against solid petitions by previous President Mahama’s legal advisors who contended that the EC Chair, had an obligation to vouch for her part as a public official in the December official survey where she filled in as the bringing officer back.
In the 32-page application with testimony and shows, Mr. Mahama said the Supreme Court blundered in law when it insisted the choice of the respondents not to introduce observers in the matter.
This, as indicated by Mr. Mahama occasioned an unsuccessful labor of equity.
In the mean time, Mr. Mahama has implored the Supreme Court to suspend hearings on the considerable political race request matter until his application for survey of the Court’s last Thursday administering is heard and controlled upon.
The Court prior guided all gatherings in the consultation to document their end addresses by tomorrow and for the Court to hear them on Friday.
In any case, in a 49-page application for stay of continuing, Mr. Mahama says his case would be caused unsalvageable harm if the court proceeds to get and hear the end addresses while his application for audit is as yet forthcoming.