IEA to announce new dates for presidential debates this week
October 9, 2012, 10:12 GMT
The Institute of Economic Affairs will this week announce new date for its presidential and vice presidential debates.
The governance think tank was today expected to have begun the debate in the northern regional capital Tamale per its own timetable.
But executive director Jean Mensah tells Joy News a new date will come out soon.
She also disclosed that instead of the three earlier advertised; only two to be held in Tamale and Accra.
Meanwhile, the IEA has rescheduled its encounter with President John Dramani Mahama to October 18.
The encounter was originally scheduled to take place today, but it is unclear why the date has been moved.
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