The Electoral Commission, The Body mandated by The 1992 Constitution to organize, conduct and monitor public elections in the country, has re-branded itself, to reflect what is required of it, in line with the Electoral Laws.
Addressing Journalists, Political Parties and other relevant bodies, The Chairperson of The Commission, Charlotte Osei, said, The Commission, is committed to develop, and maintain a relationship of trust and credibility with Citizens, Parties, State Institutions and other stakeholders.
The new strategies have been woven around these pillars: Developing Stakeholder Relationships, Electoral Mandate, organizing processes for delivery, engagement with the people and leveraging the resources, in order to do the right things at the right time, using the right resources, made available to The Commission.
According to her, The EC remains, Independent and trust worthy. It will continue to deliver world class elections in Ghana. “The EC will be a benchmark in Africa for enabling Independent: Trusted: World Class democratic elections for citizens and candidate alike”.
The Deputy General Secretary of The NDC, Kokoo Anyidoho, has welcomed the new strategic plans. According to him, individuals and Political parties must allow The EC to do its work without any interference.
The Chairman, of The CPP, Professor Edmond Delle, on his part, called on The EC to listen to its stakeholders, in the electoral process. The Commission also out-doored a new website.
Source: radioxyzonline.com/Francis Edzorna Mensah