PUNCH reports that the CUPP claims that the National Assembly had agreed to drag the process in order to frustrate it.
This was revealed by the spokesperson of CUPP, Ikenga Ugochinyere at a Press conference on Wednesday.
According to PUNCH, Ikenga Ugochinyere said that CUPP received information that revealed that the Electoral Act amendment would be delayed so that it will not be completed in time for the President to assent to it before the upcoming 2023 elections.
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Ikenga Ugochinyere stated, “The process of Electoral Act amendment commenced since 2016 and has not been completed five years after.
“The APC National Assembly members have agreed to drag this process and get up to their next year’s annual vacation by which time, whereupon a claim that by the ECOWAS Treaty on electoral laws cannot be amended less than six months to elections. Jamb Results
“The process will terminate like they did for the 2019 election, but this time, with possibility of throwing the country into constitutional crisis.”
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