You’ll be arrested if you film your ballot paper after voting – Electoral Commission warns

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Jean Mensah

Filming of ballot papers to broadcast who you voted for has become a trend in our electoral system in this smartphone era.

It’s at the back of this that the Electoral Commission which is chaired by Jean Mensa has warned the public against the filming of ballot papers after voting.

The Electoral Commission says such an act is against the law as voting is meant to be a secret. They have cautioned voters against such as act a week to the general election.

According to Dr. Serebour Quaicoe the Director of Elections at EC, they will ensure that the police will arrest anyone who films his ballot paper.

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