The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has sets February 23, 2019 for its flagbearer elections.
The party halted its preparations toward the primaries following an interim injunction an Accra High Court placed on the elections.
The interim injunction followed the filing of a suit by two members of the NDC in Accra, who claimed that the guidelines for the conduct of the election introduced by the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the party were against the 1992 constitution of the NDC.
The plaintiffs – Abdallah Issa from Galelia and James Kabu Natey-Oman from Old Bortianor – applied for the injunction to restrain the party and its committees agents and authorised bodies from proceeding with the 2019 Presidential Election in the manner outlined in its published guidelines until the final ruling of the court.
However, on Monday, January 14, 2018, the plaintiffs agreed to settle the issue out of court with the party after Counsel for the NDC, Samuel Cudjoe told the Accra High Court that the parties were in talks to reach a settlement.
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