The Minority Caucus on MultiTV, ?took a serious swipe at the ruling NDC, questioning the rationale for vetting and electing candidates for non-existent legal entities.?

It has been established that before a constituent can be said to exists, then it’s CI must be laid before parliament for approval.

The Electoral Commission last week placed before Parliament, a CI seeking to give legal effect to the creation of the constituencies because of errors.

It was immediately replaced by an amended CI which requires 21 sitting days to mature but Parliament is on recess now and in spite of the fact that the constituencies have yet to receive legal backing, the NDC is electing its candidates for the constituencies.

According to Yaw Buaben Asamoah,?the EC was being pushed by the NDC to create the new constituencies, a situation he said goes against Section 67 of Act 462.

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