Chairman of the National Peace Council, Most Rev Prof Emmanuel Asante, says Presidential debates should not be monopolized by one institution.
He said it would be better if candidates are given varied platforms to present their policies.
The electorate will equally have the opportunity to listen to divergent debates from different institutions as is done in the developed countries.
Speaking in an interview, Most Rev Prof Asante called on the IEA and NCCE to dialogue on how best the debates could be organised to give the electorate the best policy decisions they can vote on.
Most Rev Prof Asante said the people must not stay aloof for a few individuals to take the nation by storm.
Lessons must therefore be learnt from the mistakes of the limited voter registration and all must say no to violence during and after the November election.