The Electoral Commission (EC) has set up a committee to analyze the conduct of the 2020 elections to identify areas grey areas.
The commission is specifically reviewing its operations at the collation centers to improve upon it going forward.
There are concerns the congestion at some collation centers led to chaos and violence in some cases which led to loss of lives.
In Techiman South, two people were killed when security officials opened fire into a crowd of agitating by -standers and party supporters in a melee.
The EC says to address the issue of crowding, it is considering among others the introduction of electoral area collation of results.
Director of training, Michael Boadu told TV3’s Komla Adom, “the change will ensure results are collated at the electoral areas first, and then results from the electoral areas will in turn be collated at the constituency thereby reducing the number of polling stations one has to work with.”
Mr. Michael Boadu said, ” other security arrangements will also be factored in, when you have a lot of people converging at a place, it poses a security threat. “
He noted, ” it is imperative to limit the numbers at the collation points, which will in turn limit the threat levels. That is something we are seriously considering.”