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The National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) Election Review Committee (ERC), the committee set up to investigate what caused the party’s unprecedented electoral defeat in the 2016 general elections has cautioned party members and executives to desist from washing their dirty linen in public.
The committee’s advice follows the recent public outburst from some party executives and members of the opposition NDC on party matters such as what caused the party’s loss in the December 2016 presidential elections.
According to the committee, issues concerning the party’s defeat must not be made public because it would “undermine the integrity of the committee’s final report and recommendations or sour the atmosphere for the conduct of the committee’s work”.
Instead of engaging in “recrimination and finger pointing”, the ERC has urged party members to channel their grievances to the committee so as to assist in finding appropriate solutions to challenges the party is facing.
“The committee’s doors are open and we urge all party members who have issues to raise or concerns to express to direct them to the committee to help search for solutions to the challenges confronting the party,” the ERC stated in a statement.
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