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MOPA to engage security agencies ahead of December 7, 2020 elections

The Ministry for Parliamentary Affairs (MOPA) would engage the security agencies on Monday, October 26, 2020 ahead of the December 7, 2020 presidential and parliamentary elections in Accra. 

As MOPA seeks to support build confidence initiatives by the state and non-state actors towards a peaceful election and also encourage a broad national consensus relation between peace and national development.  

Areas to be tackled include emerging security threats as election 2020 approaches, the preparedness of the security agencies to provide a safe and secured environment for the conduct of this year’s election, and elicit support of the security agencies, political parties and candidates in the conduct of peaceful, free, fair, transparent and accountable elections. 
The engagement is on the theme, “2020 election and its implications for peace and security in Ghana”.    
In an earlier interview with the Chief Director of the Ministry, Dr.  Evans Aggrey-Darkoh pointed out that they are going to be busy engaging stakeholders in this year’s elections like the security agencies, Council of State and probably the media. 
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