Minister of Education, Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh says the current leadership at the Electoral Commission (EC) has done far better than their predecessors.
On Monday December 7, the lawmaker for Manhyia South constituency cast his vote in the constituency in the ongoing presidential and parliamentary elections.
Speaking to TV3 after exercising his franchise, he stated that the Commission had done a commendable work.
“I can tell you that making a register available in it’s full report for people to cross check and make sure that people are there has never happened in the history of the country. The parties have been given a full rendition of the register with pictures and dresses and everything.”
“Previously, we get an abridged version of the register three to four days to the election. This has come weeks before the election.
“The voter register in this country is been published fully for the public so yes I do support that they have done well.”
The Electoral Commission published the Voters register weeks before the election.
That action by the Electoral Commission was met with some level of scrutiny as the terms of publishing the register was questioned.
By Edem Tutu|3news.com|Ghana