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CODEO, in adhering to the strict protocols of electoral observation, argued that what it reported on electoral the violence and uncoordinated security on Thursday, January 31, 2019, were factual claims and not hearsay or a third party account.
(Editor's note: All this, however, is contrary to what international and local election observers from the AU, Commonwealth, Eco-was, and the Coalition of Domestic Election Observers (CODEO) said happened.
Incumbent President John Mahama, who represents the National Democratic Congress, or NDC, claimed victory with 50.7 percent of the popular vote according to the Coalition of Domestic Election Observers, or CODEO. The results were affirmed by the Economic Community of West African States, or ECOWAS.
Codeo mi camarada, y dijo: 'El que hablando esta, come de lo que le da una hija emancipada.' '!Andar!, dijo otro mocito: el marido no hace bien, porque en la ley de Moises tal precio no esta escrito.' Segunda vez codeo mi amigo y dijo: 'El mozuelo lo sabe bien: que su abuelo en Granada la enseno' (59).
The main attractions include the oBinary Codeo display, where visitors attempt to use binary codes [0 & 1, the language computers use to create letters, numbers and symbols], to compose letters and words in Arabic and English.
The resulting Coalition of Domestic Election Observers (CODEO) played a key role in ensuring transparency and public confidence in the 2008 pre-election and election polling processes.
In a pre-election environment watch report in 2004, the Centre for Democratic Development, Ghana (CDD) and the Coalition of Domestic Election Observers (CODEO) observed that "Allegations of "vote buying" have featured prominently in this year's primaries.
"They have finished the election in Tain and they are beginning to count the votes," Theodore Dzeble, a spokesman for a local observer coalition CODEO, said.