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NDC willing to rejoin IPAC if concerns are addressed – Deputy Communications Officer

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The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has expressed its readiness to rejoin the Inter-Party Advisory Committee (IPAC) if their concerns are addressed. This comes after a meeting called by the National Peace Council (NPC) on Wednesday, April 19, with all political parties in attendance.

According to Godwin Ako Gunn, the Deputy Communications Officer of the NDC, they had written to the NPC to raise their concerns about the posture of the Electoral Commission (EC), but they received no response. Therefore, they are willing to participate in IPAC again if their issues are resolved.

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Mr. Ako Gunn further explained that the NDC withdrew from IPAC due to the EC’s lack of transparency and fairness in the 2020 elections, which resulted in their defeat.

The NPC has been urged by the political parties to mediate and bring back the NDC, the largest opposition party, to IPAC.

IPAC is a platform that brings together all political parties in Ghana to engage in dialogue and promote peaceful elections. However, the NDC’s withdrawal has been a concern, as it threatens the country’s democracy and the peaceful conduct of elections.

In conclusion, the NDC has shown its willingness to participate in IPAC once again, provided their concerns are addressed, and the NPC plays a more active role in resolving the issues raised by political parties.

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