The New Patriotic Party (NPP) will proceed to court with its evidence to challenge the results of the December 7 polls before Friday.
The party has until the end of this week to start processes at the Supreme Court to contest the 7 December declaration of the 2012 Presidential and Parliamentary elections results.
According to the Executive Director of the Danquah Institute, Gabby Otchere Darko, the party has finished gathering details of the voting irregularities across the country and is preparing to proceed to court.
According to the country’s electoral laws, the NPP has 21 days after the declaration of the results to challenge in court.
In an interview with Citi News
Mr. Otchere Darko explained that “the analysis are ready. It’s just the matter of the Lawyers looking at it and taking a decision. They are preparing and it will definitely be this week.”
He added that the “CI 74 as amended, the Supreme Court is absolutely clear that you can even file on Friday…before 5pm on Friday, they will file and I am absolute certain about it.”