December 17 Referendum Postponed By Government

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Reports rising uncover that the administration has dropped the December 17 national referendum which was being held to choose a change of Article 55 (3) of the Constitution to empower political parties to support up-and-comers during nearby level decisions.

The declaration was made by the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in a concise location to the country on Sunday, December 1, 2019.

Clarifying the choice, he said the nonattendance of “a sturdy national accord” on the issue following different discussion prompted the choice.

In these conditions, I am persuaded that it won’t serve the general population enthusiasm to proceed with the holding of the open submission on seventeenth December despite the fact that I accept a solid battle for a yes vote would have succeeded. this isn’t the sort of environment where the nullification of a dug in arrangement of the constitution should occur,” he said.

He further coordinated the Local Government and Rural Development Minister, Hajia Alima Mahama to pull back the Bills looking to change Articles 55 (3) and 243 (1).

It is with profound lament that I have offered directions to the Minister of Local Government and Rural Development … to prematurely end the procedure and see to the pull back of the Bills for the alteration of the constitutions both in regard of Article 243 (1) and Article 55 (3),” he included.

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