There is currently a rift between the EC chair and other Commissioners[/caption] Minority leader Haruna Iddrisu has questioned the legitimacy of parliament to attempt resolving a simmering rift between chairperson of the Electoral Commission Charlotte Osei and other Commissioners of the EC. Leadership of Parliament has scheduled a meeting with Mrs Osei and the Commissioners on Wednesday to resolve rift arising out of corruption and mismanagement allegations against the two parties. READ: Parliament steps in to solve rift at EC Per the Order Paper of the House, the leadership would seek to resolve “the apparent rift between the Chairperson and some other Members of the Commission; and the impasse between the Chairperson and staff of the Commission.” The meeting is set to take place in the afternoon of Wednesday, “immediately” after the House adjourns sitting for the day. But ahead of the said meeting, Mr Iddrisu argued Parliament has no business whatsoever to intervene in the matter, especially so when a petition against Mrs Osei has been referred to the Chief Justice for action to be taken on it. Mr iddrisu made the comment when the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Joe Osei-Owusu prevented him from asking the Mrs Osei a question in Parliament when she appeared to answer some questions on fees charged journalists during the December 2016 elections. The Speaker indicated that the question asked by the Minority leader bothers on an issue that the leadership of the House would later try to resolve at a meeting with the Mrs Osei and the other Commissioners. But Mr Iddrisu disagreed with him ground his argument on the fact that the said meeting would be “Moot” the issues had been referred to the Chief Justice.