• Parliament To Query Shell Ghana - Peace FM Online
    Peace FM OnlineParliament To Query Shell GhanaPeace FM OnlineThe Member of Parliament for Obuasi West, Hon Kwaku Kwarteng has filed an urgent question in Parliament asking the Minister for Energy & Petroleum to appear before the house and explain why Shell Petroleum Ghana (now Vivo Energy) continues to ...Close down Vivo Energy for operating illegally – MPGhanaWebVivo responds to MP: Claims against us 'factually incorrect'Citifmonlineall 14 news articles »
  • Ghana's Parliament to sit today, Saturday - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebGhana's Parliament to sit today, SaturdayGhanaWebParliament of Ghana will sit on Saturday to transact a crucial official business in connection with the upcoming District level elections. The Electoral Commission (EC) has fixed Tuesday, March 3, 2015 to conduct District Assembly and Unit Committee ...Ghanaian parliament sits on Saturdayspyghana.comall 5 news articles »
  • Parliament must call Presidency to order now – GII - Vibe Ghana
    Vibe GhanaParliament must call Presidency to order now – GIIVibe GhanaThe Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) has charged Parliament to be vigilant in its oversight responsibility over the Executive arm of government before the latter's spending gets out of hand. “These are the times that we have been complaining about ...and more »
  • Parliament is Ghana's biggest institutional failure – MFWA - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebParliament is Ghana's biggest institutional failure – MFWAGhanaWeb... Fourth Republican Democracy, if you ask me I will say the biggest institutional failure has been our Parliament.” He pointed out that although Parliament has been mandated by the 1992 constitution to be the watchdog over the executive arm of ...Parliament is Ghana's 'biggest institutional failure' – MFWACitifmonlineall 4 news articles »
  • Ghana's Parliament Fails To Approve NMC's Operational Budget - Ghana Broadcasting Corporation
    Ghana Broadcasting CorporationGhana's Parliament Fails To Approve NMC's Operational BudgetGhana Broadcasting CorporationThe Parliament of Ghana has expressed concern about Government's lack of commitment in fulfilling its obligation of providing counterpart funding for the installation of a media monitoring equipment procured with support from the European Union for the ...
  • Ghana's Parliament Sits On Saturday 13, 2014 - Ghana Broadcasting Corporation
    Ghana Broadcasting CorporationGhana's Parliament Sits On Saturday 13, 2014Ghana Broadcasting CorporationAccording to the business statement, read by Mr Alfred Kwame Agbesi, Deputy Majority Leader and MP for Ashaiman, the constitutional obligation imposed on Parliament had made it imperative for the House to extend sittings beyond the scheduled date of ...Parliament to sit this week endGhanaWeball 2 news articles »
  • Danger looms in Ghana's Oil and Gas Resources? - spyghana.com
    spyghana.comDanger looms in Ghana's Oil and Gas Resources?spyghana.comThe Petroleum Agreement (PA) under reference was unanimously ratified by Ghana's Parliament; it had had the appropriate approvals of the Ministry of Energy, Cabinet and the GNPC Management and Board as required by the laws. The Minister in ...and more »
  • Ghana's Parliament New Look - spyghana.com
    spyghana.comGhana's Parliament New Lookspyghana.comThe refurbished chamber of Ghana's Parliament is ready for business as legislators get set for work, Tuesday, November 4. The paperless chamber has devices for accessing online information and parliamentary document whiles sitting is in place. The new ...
  • Ghana's anti-corruption law too narrow – Emile Short - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebGhana's anti-corruption law too narrow – Emile ShortGhanaWebFormer Commissioner for the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), Dr. Francis Emile Short says Ghana's laws on corruption must be amended to make the fight against the canker less difficult. ... In another development, the ...
  • Parliament adopts code of conduct - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineParliament adopts code of conductCitifmonlineGhana's Parliament has adopted a new set of stringent rules, which it hopes will help save the sinking image of the Ghanaian Legislature. The rules among other things restricts Members of Parliament (MP) from accepting gifts which might reasonably be ...Parliament passes code of conduct for lawmakersGhanaWebParliament adopts code of conduct report to check MPsGhana Broadcasting Corporationall 4 news articles »