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Trust, Partisanship, And Our Judiciary

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Our judiciary is at the center stage of public discourse sparked by remarks from former president John Mahama. Our current president Nana Akufo Addo, as well as his Attorney General Mr. Godfred Odame have responded to the comments. As with a lot of our public conversations, one cannot overlook the partisan dimensions. A look at the comments on social media appears to suggest that partisans of the ruling government (NPP) are more supportive of the courts than partisans of the main opposition party (NDC). To contribute to the conversation, I turn attention to the Afrobarometer survey for insights.

 

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