Progressive People?s Party 2012 parliamentary candidate for Dome-Kwabenya constituency, Ernest Kwasi Anyormisi, has cautioned the NPP and the NDC be circumspect in their court matters to safeguard the peace of the country.
He said the lack of consensus between the two parties at the Supreme Court could soar the already tension between their supporters.
?The NPP and the NDC sympathizers could misunderstand what is going on in the court, and see it as a warfare,? he advised.
?If the NPP claims it has substantial evidence to nullify the declaration of President John Dramani Mahama by Dr. Kwadwo Afari-Gyan, their court action is in order?.
He added that NDC?s decision to file a supplementary affidavit to its motion to join a petition by Nana Akufo-Addo, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and Jake Obetsebi-Lamptey, challenging the declaration of President Dramani Mahama as winner of the December 2012 polls ?is solely to be determined by the Supreme Court.?
He said ?judicial redress is part of our fledgling democracy; therefore any aggrieved person(s) can seek redress in the court.?
Mr. Anyormisi thus warned the leaders of the two political parties to play ?the political game? by the constitution, adding that ?the two political parties should leave the matter with the Supreme Court to determine.?
The Supreme Court on Thursday adjourned the case of the preliminary joinder motion filed by the NDC ?sine dine? to enable the NPP file a formal application.
STORY: PHILIP KUMI