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The National Peace Council is expected to meet the National Democratic Congress next week with the hope of getting the party to sign the code of conduct on vigilantism, the Executive Secretary of the National Peace Council, George Amoh has disclosed.

At the final peace dialogue meeting in Accra on Tuesday, 4th February with the various political parties, the main opposition party, the National Democratic Congress, NDC failed to sign the political parties’ code of conduct on the vigilantism until certain conditions were met.

The Executive Secretary of the National Peace Council, speaking to Nana Ampratwum on Omanbapa Morning Show said among the demands by the NDC was that civil society groups and other stakeholders with similar interest in the political dialogue did not sign the document.

The party therefore demanded that those groups sign before the NDC will append their signatures.

''The NDC demanded that some groups who were present in the initial dialogue like Electoral Commission, NCCE,Catholic Bishop Conference etc append their signatures to the pact before they also sign''

''And so out of 10 we have had 9 signatories and so if we get things done we believe that the NDC will also append their signature to the roadmap but that does not mean today or tomorrow but we anticipate the week ahead''


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