Sports Presidential in Ghana: early voting in peace

07:20  02 december  2020
07:20  02 december  2020 Source:   rfi.fr

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The president of the Republic of Ghana is the elected head of state and head of government of Ghana , as well as commander-in-chief of the Ghana Armed Forces.

Ghana will vote for a president and lawmakers on Dec.7. Presidential contenders in Ghana ’s elections next week committed themselves and their parties to a peaceful The Electoral Commission said it will resolve the “challenges” faced by security forces during an early voting round on Thursday.

Un agent des forces de sécurité ghanéennes (2e plan) vote le 1er décembre 2020 à Accra, une semaine avant les élections générales du 7 décembre. © Vincent Pailhé / RFI An agent of the Ghanaian security forces (2nd plan) votes on December 1, 2020 in Accra, a week before the general elections of December 7.

In Ghana, the polling stations opened Tuesday, December 1 for workers mobilized for the elections: soldiers, assessors and journalists. All those who will not be able to vote on the day of the presidential and legislative elections of December 7 were therefore able to cast their ballot during this early vote, which took place in peace.

With our special correspondent in Accra, Christina Okello

Dressed in uniform or in civilian clothes, soldiers lined up under the scorching sun at this outdoor polling station in Accra. For Tacey, in his thirties, voting is a civic duty.

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Elections in Ghana . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Parliament of Ghana has 275 members, elected for a four-year term in single-seat constituencies. The presidential election is won by having more than 50% of valid votes cast, whilst the parliamentary elections is won

During early voting on 1 December, thousands of names were missing from voting lists, sparking renewed concerns over the Although the commission reassured the public it was doing everything in its power to rectify the problems, many Ghanaians remained sceptical as they waited in line to vote .

"We think it is necessary because maybe whoever is in power is not meeting our expectations or maybe we would like him to do more for us. "

There is no question, however, for this young soldier to express herself on her choice of candidate. "Oh no, please, I can't answer for security reasons, and besides I'm not alone here. "

In line: firefighters, immigration officers, and journalists. They were about 100,000 to vote in advance.

A vote which, for Ashanti Frimpong, assessor in an office, reinforces Ghana's reputation. That of a cradle of democracy in Africa. “Every time we vote, everyone goes to the polls without hesitation. What matters to me is having a peaceful election. We want the winner to be declared without a hitch so that all of Ghana wins and not just one political party.

Twelve candidates are in the running, including outgoing president Nana Akufo-Addo and his main rival and predecessor John Dramani Mahama.

The ballot promises to be close, as evidenced by the large number of election posters of the two main candidates to try to convince the remaining undecided.

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