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The National Democratic Congress has hammered Chief Justice Kwasi Anin-Yeboah, depicting his appeal to the General Legal Council against legislator, Dominic Ayine, as an endeavor to smother free discourse.
Dr. Ayine is accounted for to have said the Supreme Court neglected to apply the principles of methodology during the preliminary. He is likewise accepted to have raised worries over the customary excusal of the candidates’ applications during the situation.
He offered the remarks at an occasion coordinated by the Center for Democratic Development (CDD) and the KNUST.
The appeal by the Chief Justice encouraged the GLC to test the administrator over the remarks and apply the fundamental authorizations.
Tending to a Press Conference on Monday, the General Secretary of the NDC, Johnson Asiedu Nketia approached the Chief Justice to quickly the request against the MP for Bolgatanga East.
“Public trust in the legal executive should be procured and not constrained on us. How frequently have you heard any court advising anyone that I will give a judgment yet I’m cautioning you not to discuss it?” Mr. Asiedu Nketia prevalently known as General Mosquito said.
He added that “The legal executive, similar to parliament or chief, isn’t above analysis… Our laws and constitution secure the uprightness and freedom of the legal executive and not the reasonableness of appointed authority. The idea that the legal arm of gov’t is blameless is a dream that can’t be supported.”
Mr. Asiedu Nketia likewise blamed the Chief Justice for focusing on NDC-associated attorneys and approached him to stop the witch chase.
“It’s no fortuitous event that basically every one of the legal counselors who have been accounted for to the disciplinary advisory group of the General Legal board by the Chief Justice, Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah lately are adjusted to the NDC. What is the Chief Justice’s own advantage in the discipline of NDC partnered legal advisors that he’s so quick to start inappropriate activities against them”