Legal counselor for the candidate in the continuous political decision appeal, Tsatsu Tsikata has recorded a motion of leave to re-open their case in the 2020 political decision request, to empower the director of the Electoral Commission, Jean Mensa affirm in court.
Their motion comes after the Supreme Court decided that the administrator won’t go through interrogation.
The court, directed by Chief Justice Anin Yeboah said “we are not persuaded and won’t respect the greeting being stretched out to the court by the guidance for the candidate to arrange the respondents to enter the observer confine request to be interrogated.”
“Likewise, we thus overrule the complaint raised by the direction for the solicitor against the choice of the respondents declining to show declarations in this appeal”, the Chief Justice said.
This decision comes after the direction of the first and second Respondents had a problem with delivering observers to be questioned in the continuous political race appeal hearing, however they at first documented observer explanations at the beginning of the request.
The attorneys for the two respondents on Tuesday made the application to the court.
However, the lead counsel for the applicant, Tsatsu Tsikata contended that the observer articulations recorded by the respondents ties them and subsequently make them obliged to be interrogated.
In light of the court managing, the solicitor John Dramani Mahama, through his legal counselor, has recorded a motion of leave to re-open the case, to demand that the director of the Electoral Commission, Jean Mensa affirm in court.
The appeal which was recorded after the consultation today will be proceeded onward Monday fifteenth February 2021 for the applicant to be heard.
The following is a duplicate of the motion: