The Civic Forum Initiative (CFI), a coalition of civil society organisations, has called for the total cleaning of the voters' register, which is said to be blotted.
The CFI said the cleaning of the register would lead to the restoration of confidence of the voting public and create an appropriate environment for free, fair and peaceful elections.
A statement signed in Accra on Thursday by Dr Kwadwo Appiagyei-Atua, Coordinator, CFI, also appealed to political parties, traditional authorities, churches and all religious to appeal to their members to volunteer information to the Electoral Commission (EC) on cases of minor, double or multiple registration and other malpractices.
The statement called for the need to intensify voter education to ensure maximum participation in the exhibition of the register which ends o Sunday.
It also called on all security agencies to firmly and impartially perform their duties before, during and after the elections and advised political leaders as well as candidates to bring their influence to bear on their political support base to keep the peace and ensure a successful election in December.