Election 2012: NPP to compromise with its adversaries?

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Seymour Gray, LL.B. (USA)
2013-03-16 06:55:16
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Election 2012: NPP to compromise with its adversar

The essential elements of legal cases generally are composed of opposing arguments. Nana Akufo-Addo et al's petition consists of propositions that will be argued by the opposing sides and it will be the Supreme Court's task to choose the facts, which, in the Court's opinions are the best supported facts. This will be the process of determining the principles of moral and ideal rightness, which is most in conformity to relevant laws. All of the Court's majority determinations must rest upon factual principles upon which right and wrong are defined and determined by the majority of the judges. The matters questioning the correct, rightness of voting brought forward in Nana Akufo-Addo et al's petition do not differ as matters in opposition and like most matters before a court will finally be determined by the judges of the Court, as they determine all matters brought before them. Yes, matters in legal opposition can be protracted in litigation, but those parties who truly believe in the rightness of their case will not do those things that commmonly do nothing but protract litigation. Any side that seeks to protract litigation is defending a wrong, non-factual, losing and immoral side. N.B: the delaying applications for joinder of 327 respondants by Mahama's side.

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Seymour Gray, LL.B. (USA) on Mar 16, 2013 06:55