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The Supreme Court is set to deliver judgment today (Thursday, June 25, 2020), in the case filed by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) on the compilation of the new Voters Register.

The NDC is challenging the exclusion of the existing voter ID card from the list of breeder documents needed to register to vote.

Judgement was initially scheduled for June 23, 2020, but was moved after one Mark Takyi-Banson filed a fresh suit challenging the EC.

The Court’s decision today (June 25) will determine if the EC can go ahead with its intended exercise ahead of the 2020 election, or if existing voter ID cards can be used for registering for a new one.

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