1. The President, who was delivering a speech on “Democracy and Development” at the Cambridge Union Society of the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, said: “The democracy that we seek to build does not end in casting votes, and electing a President and a Member of Parliament once every four years.
2. On Ghana’s multi-party constitutional democracy, the President noted that the determination to which Ghanaians wanted to build their democracy was anchored in their deep-seated belief in the concept of the separation of powers as an active principle for the promotion of freedom and an accountable governance, free of corruption.
3. He re-emphasized the point that Ghanaians had agreed on a multi-party constitutional democracy and a guarantee of individual freedoms under the rule of law, within these past 24 years of the 4th Republic which had turned out to be the longest period of stability and economic growth in sixty years of Ghana’s nationhood.
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