President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has expressed his robust help for the existence of time period limits for Presidents, as a result of it enhances democracy and injects recent concepts into governance.
Time period limits, in accordance with the President, promote “stability of democracies, particularly the Presidential methods,” including that, “talking personally, I help the concept of time period limits for Presidents, it prevents abuse of workplace and coup d’états”.
Talking in an interview with Kumasi-based Ash FM on Saturday, 2nd October 2021, as a part of his tour of the Ashanti Area, President Akufo-Addo stated Ghana has been having fun with political stability since 1992 as a result of the Ghanaian individuals have the chance, each 4 years, to make use of the poll field to resolve whether or not to vary a authorities or keep one in workplace.
“Utilizing the poll field has contributed to the steadiness of our nation. Individuals imagine that if a pacesetter shouldn’t be doing properly, they’ll vote in opposition to that chief in 4 years’ time. We don’t want a coup to vary somebody,” he stated.
On account of navy takeovers in Guinea and Mali, President Akufo-Addo revealed that ECOWAS has began reviewing its protocols to strengthen the expansion of democracy within the sub-region.
“To be trustworthy, I’m not talking (now) as Chairman of ECOWAS, I help the concept… I really feel ECOWAS protocols on good governance ought to outlaw the third-term mandates in any nation. I really feel strongly it’s one thing that we should do to stop what is going on in Guinea elsewhere,” he added
When requested why the regional bloc regarded on whereas Alpha Conde modified the structure to increase his time period, President Akufo-Addo stated, “there are different causes for the navy intervention, however there isn’t any justification at any stage.”
He continued, “We’re opposed, in precept, to any intervention of the navy to the political lifetime of a rustic. The inhabitants is able to resolving its issues by way of the poll field.”