A lawful and administration illuminating presence, Mr Isaac M. Larbi has opined that for Ghana’s majority rules system to additionally endeavor there is the need to change the 1992 Constitution to guarantee that race is held for certain key positions, for example, the Chief Justice, Inspector General of Police, Speaker of Parliament and all Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives.
He clarified that such positions were extremely basic to animate majority rules system and guarantee responsible administration without political impact.
“For Ghana to accomplish genuine popular government, the accompanying positions ought to be elective; President, Speaker of Parliament, Chief Justice, Inspector General of Police, and every single Chief Executive of the District, Municipal and Metropolitan Assemblies.
“Until at that point, every one of us will keep on wallowing in political impacts of these positions whether immediate or backhanded. There will be no obvious freedom of these positions until the point when they all wind up plainly chose positions. We should all take a stab at this,” he said.
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