• Ghana president orders men who threatened judges freed from jail - Reuters
    ReutersGhana president orders men who threatened judges freed from jailReutersACCRA Ghana President John Mahama has decreed the early release of three men convicted over death threats against Supreme Court judges made during a panel discussion broadcast on a local radio station. The case was part of a bid by authorities to ...Montie 3 remission suggests judges are 'unreasonable' – Ayikoi OtooMyjoyonline.comGhana's president pardons controversial trio who threatened judgesafricanewsGhana President Pardons 'Mugabe' Who Threatened To Kill JudgesRadioVopNews Ghana -Medafrica Timesall 155 news articles »
  • Ghana's constitution on criminal-contempt prosecution may have to ... - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebGhana's constitution on criminal-contempt prosecution may have to ...GhanaWebThose who did not follow his brief career as Attorney-General and Minister of Justice in the Atta-Mills administration tend to envisage Mr. Martin Amidu as a legal ...and more »
  • Ghana's Parliament ratifies EPA with EU - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineGhana's Parliament ratifies EPA with EUCitifmonlineGhana's parliament has ratified the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) between government and the European Union (EU). Government earlier signed onto the agreement (interim) but was awaiting ratification from Parliament as stipulated in the ...and more »
  • Article 72 of Ghana's 1992 Constitution - GhanaWeb
    Article 72 of Ghana's 1992 ConstitutionGhanaWebI cannot really fathom why Ghana's 1992 constitution that was supposed to compel the PNDC regime to adopt a more conciliatory form of government ended up legitimizing dictatorship of the executive against the other two branches of government ...
  • Parliament to pass Wildlife Bill soon - Ghana Business News - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsParliament to pass Wildlife Bill soon - Ghana Business NewsGhana Business NewsElephants. The Parliamentary Select Committee on Lands and Forestry is to put before Parliament the Wildlife Resource Management Bill, immediately the ...and more »
  • Ghana Integrity Initiative calls for inclusion of anti-corruption laws in ... - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsGhana Integrity Initiative calls for inclusion of anti-corruption laws in ...Ghana Business NewsCorruption2. Mrs Linda Ofori-Kwafo, the Executive Director of Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII), has asked political parties to incorporate the gaps in anti corruption ...and more »
  • Ghana asked to implement child protection laws - Ghana Business ... - Ghana Business News
    Ghana asked to implement child protection laws - Ghana Business ...Ghana Business NewsLaw2. Mr Emmanuel Nyarko Tetteh, a child protection specialist with the Compassion International Ghana (CIGH), has called for the implementation of all Child ...and more »
  • Ghana government accused of flouting disability laws with impunity ... - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsGhana government accused of flouting disability laws with impunity ...Ghana Business NewsLaw. The President of Ghana Federation of Disability Organisations (GFD), has expressed the movement's concerns over perpetual breaches of Ghana's ...and more »
  • Financial Regulations: Parliament passes Bank of Ghana amendment bill - Pulse.com.gh
    GhanaWebFinancial Regulations: Parliament passes Bank of Ghana amendment billPulse.com.ghParliament on Tuesday passed the Bank of Ghana Amendment Bill in a move to enhance the powers of the central bank. The bill among other things seeks to guarantee the independent of the central bank. This means the Bank of Ghana will not be subjected ...Parliament passes Bank of Ghana (Amendment) BillMyjoyonline.comGhana's Parliament rejects IMF's zero BoG financingGhanaWebGhana's parliament rejects key IMF financing requirementCNBCAfrica.comNews Ghana -The Africa Reportall 16 news articles »
  • Montie 3: Don't blame the judges, blame the executive - Myjoyonline.com
    Myjoyonline.comMontie 3: Don't blame the judges, blame the executiveMyjoyonline.comA private legal practitioner says the judiciary cannot be blamed for the absence of defamation and contempt of court laws. Egbert Faibille Jr. says the executive should rather be questioned for failing to speed up moves to initiate bills to that effect ...and more »