The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has announced the disbandment of Appeals Committees in regions where there were no cases following the vetting of parliamentary aspirants.
The decision was made as the party prepares to elect its candidates for the upcoming 2024 elections.
Appeals will be heard on April 14, with only one day designated for the exercise.
Western Region reportedly has the highest number of appeal cases, with seven, while the Greater Accra and Oti regions have four each.
The final determination of the cases will be the last hurdle before the May 13 primaries.