The Electoral Commission is reopening its registration exercise today at all district offices across the country.
The process will allow eligible voters who missed out on the mass registration to have their names captured on the electoral roll.
The decision to go ahead with the exercise is defiant of an interlocutory injunction filed against the commission by the opposition NDC.
The party argues that the election management body violated portions of CI 91 which mandates the EC to give a 21-day notice to political parties before any national registration of voters.
Member of the legal team of the NDC Abraham Amaliba told Starr News “if they ignore the court process and go ahead to engage with the registration process, we will file the EC for contempt.”
According to him, the EC chair has “ignored a lot of court processes that have been served on her, so I’m not surprised.”