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[Live update] Election Petition Hearing: Mahama seeks review of ruling on interrogatories application

The petitioner in the 2020 Presidential Election Petition, John Dramani Mahama, has sought a review a ruling on some 12 questions he wanted the 1st Respondent Electoral Commission to answer.

Lawyer for the petitioner on Wednesday told the court at the beginning of hearing that he has come to seek a review of the ruling on their application for interrogatories the previous day.

Here are some highlights as happened in court on Day 3:

The seven-member panel of Supreme Court Judges hearing the petition include Chief Justice Anin-Yeboah, Justices Yaw Appau,
Marful Sau, Professor Ashie Kotei, Mariama Owusu, Nene Amegatcher, and Gertrude Tokonor.

·Ahead of Wednesday’s hearing, the petitioner has put forward a request to have his lawyers inspect documents in the custody of the Electoral Commission

·        The documents include constituency presidential election results summary sheets.


·        John Mahama’s legal team also want to be allowed to have copies of these documents, numbering about six.

·        3News sources say the petitioner may appeal the Tuesday ruling of the SC.



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