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NDC returns to IPAC after boycotting meetings in 2021

The National Democratic Congress has revoked its choice to blacklist gatherings of the Inter-Party Advisory Committee (IPAC).


The party spread the word about this a proclamation dated Sunday, January 28, 2024 and endorsed by its Overall Secretary, Fifi Fiavi Kwetey.

The purpose of IPAC meetings is to give the various political parties a chance to look over election-related activities and policies, officially voice their complaints, and contribute in a constructive way.

It additionally fills in as a warning body to the Appointive Commission.

The administration of the NDC boycotted IPAC gatherings in 2021, refering to "absence of genuineness, evil deception, and open predisposition that was shown by the Jean Mensah-drove Discretionary Commission for the New Devoted Party in the direct of the 2020 general races."


After "enhanced consensus-building," the NDC stated in a recent statement that it had rescinded the decision.


The full statement is as follows:


NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS (NDC) RETURNS TO IPAC FOR ENHANCED CONSENSUS-BUILDING


The National Democratic Congress (NDC) announces its re-entry into the Inter-Party Advisory Committee (IPAC).


The NDC is optimistic about the revitalization of the IPAC, drawing inspiration from the robust Consensus Building Platform established during the tenures of Dr. Afari Djan and Charlotte Osei as Chairpersons of the Electoral Commission of Ghana.


The party anticipates collaborative endeavours that will strengthen Ghana’s electoral system, benefiting not only individual political parties but also upholding the democratic values of the nation.


Signed,


Fifi Fiavi Kwetey

General Secretary

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