Dr Mohamed Ibn Chambas, Special Representative, UN Secretary-General and Head, UN Office for West Africa and the Sahel, Friday approached the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration.
Dr Chambas, who drove a joint United Nations and Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) High Level Elections Mission to Ghana, paid the politeness approach Madam Shirley Ayorkor Botchway, as a major aspect of endeavors to underscore the UN’s help for a serene, comprehensive, straightforward and believable general political decision on December 7.
Different individuals from the assignment incorporate Mr Charles Abani, UN Resident Coordinator in Ghana and Mr Baba Gana Wakil, Special Representative of the President of the ECOWAS Commission in Ghana.
Dr Chambas said the Joint UN and ECOWAS Mission had being visiting the five countries in the sub-district, which were planned to hold races among now and the end of the year.
He praised Ghana for building up a decent history in the direct of believable, serene and straightforward decisions, which results were acknowledged by all.
He noticed that the Joint UN and ECOWAS Mission was in the nation was to help Ghanaians to remember the high history they had set for themselves in the direct of sound decisions.
He said since their appearance, they had met with key partners, for example, the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC), who informed them on their degree of arrangements towards the decisions, where they were presently and the path forward.
He said the Commission had guaranteed them that they were prepared to direct sound decisions.
Dr Chambas said furthermore, the Delegation previously had met public chiefs of both the administering New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the resistance National Democratic Congress (NDC).
He included that they hosted met delegates of 14 political gatherings at a discussion in Accra.
Mr Chambas noticed that the Delegation had gatherings with the National Commission for Small Arms and Light Weapons and the National Peace Council.
Madam Ayorkor Botchwey underscored the significance of decisions as a key component in extending multiparty majority rules system and responsibility in administration.
She noticed that Ghana held in high regard her responsibilities to vote based system, great administration, the regard for basic liberties and rule of law which “have supported our political allotment”.
She praised extraordinary work done as such far by the UN and ECOWAS towards the direct of quiet, free and reasonable races in the Region and for the progressing endeavors to quiet strains in Guinea and Cote d’Ivoire.
She included that the Joint UN and ECOWAS High-Level Mission had offered the occasion to political entertainers to communicate their perspective on the arrangements for the direct of official and parliamentary decisions booked to occur on December 7.
She guaranteed the appointment of the Government’s help and pledge to work intimately with partners for a quiet, free and reasonable surveys in Ghana.
She referenced explicit estimates that had been set up by the Government, the Electoral Commission and the National Election Security Architecture headed by the Inspector General of Police to support trust in the appointive cycle.
Madam Ayorkor Botchwey communicated the expectation that partners would place the enthusiasm of the nation over all different contemplations to keep up Ghana’s lucky picture as a guide of vote based system in the Region.
She likewise underscored the significance of binding together the individuals of Ghana previously, during and after the decisions to empower the triumphant party to protect the harmony for public turn of events.
The Minister communicated the expectation that the designation would impart its discoveries to government after their connections with all the entertainers in the constituent cycle.