A statement signed and copied The Ghanaian Times by counsel for the Commission, Dometi Kofi Sokpor, said a date had not been fixed for the submission because of the President’s schedules outside the country.
It said an Executive Summary of its report had already been submitted to the President, adding that the Commissioner sought the audience of the Chief of Staff a week ago, for the submission of the report to the President.
The statement explained that, the full report was delayed because of the printing of the ballot papers for the District Level Elections.
It debunked a newspaper publication that the Commission was encountering difficulties in seeing the President, to enable it to submit the report.
“The aforesaid assertion is completely false. To all intents and purposes, the Commission has already submitted an Executive Summary of its report to the President,” the statement reiterated.