• Ghana's Parliament: Law-making body approves loan to fight TB - Pulse.com.gh
    GhanaWebGhana's Parliament: Law-making body approves loan to fight TBPulse.com.ghParliament on Friday approved a loan of EU 13,11,601.45 from ABN AMRO N.V Bank of the Netherlands to implement the “Accelerating Tuberculosis (TB) Case Detection” project in the country. The law-making body also approved a waiver of import duty and...Parliament approves EU13.1 million loan to fight TBPeace FM OnlineParliament approves loan to fight TBGhanaWeball 4 news articles
  • Italian PM to address Ghana's Parliament Today - Ghana
    Ghana Broadcasting CorporationItalian PM to address Ghana's Parliament TodayGhanaThe Parliament of Ghana will this morning host the Prime Minister of Italy, Matteo Renzi, as part of his two-day working visit to the country. Mr Renzi, who is expected to address the 6th parliament, will touch on issues relating to the diplomatic ...Italian Prime Minister Matheo Renzi Addresses Ghana's ParliamentGhana Broadcasting CorporationCreate jobs – Italian PM tells MahamaGhanaWebOvercome the fear of terrorism – Italian PM to GhanaCitifmonlineNews Ghana-Starr 103.5 FMall 149 news articles
  • Ghana's Parliament Awaits Election Date Proposal - News Ghana
    News GhanaGhana's Parliament Awaits Election Date ProposalNews GhanaThe Commission is therefore expected to prepare the necessary constitutional instrument (CI) for presentation to Parliament, which will enable it change the date of elections from the usual December 7 to November 7. However, given that the country has...Election date yet to get legal backingGhanaWeball 3 news articles
  • Italian Premier Matteo Renzi to address Ghana's Parliament - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebItalian Premier Matteo Renzi to address Ghana's ParliamentGhanaWebItalian Prime minister Matteo Renzi will address Ghana's parliament next week, Speaker of the House Doe Adjaho told members Tuesday. The Italian premier is visiting Ghana to explore trade and investment opportunities in the West African country. The ...Italian PM to address Ghana's Parliament next weekCitifmonlineItalian Prime Minister To Address Ghana Parliament...Peace FM OnlineItalian Prime Minister to address Ghana's ParliamentGhana Broadcasting Corporationall 15 news articles
  • Ghana's Parliament is 'useless' – law expert - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebGhana's Parliament is 'useless' – law expertGhanaWebMr. Avedzi who is the Member of Parliament for Ketu North, said on Tuesday: “In UK, not everyone has a car. Many use public transport. Even if we charge 30% on fuel and you can't pay just park your car. Once you want to use your private car, then you ...
  • Ghana's Constitution and the Corruption Dilemma - GhanaWeb
    Ghana's Constitution and the Corruption DilemmaGhanaWebAlthough there are many written and unwritten rules or laws in Ghana, none can ever overrule the ones that are clearly enshrined in our constitution. Therefore the country's recent performance on the global corruption index and the 'importation' of ...and more
  • Ghana: Parliament to Begin Ministerial Vetting Next Week - AllAfrica.com
    Ghana: Parliament to Begin Ministerial Vetting Next WeekAllAfrica.comThe Appointments Committee of Parliament, chaired by Mr Ebo Barton-Odro, First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, will on Monday begin the vetting of ministerial nominees for appointments to some ministries and the regions. The nominees were referred to the...
  • Gitmo Two: Parliament to summon Hannah Tetteh over US-Ghana deal - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebGitmo Two: Parliament to summon Hannah Tetteh over US-Ghana dealGhanaWebThe controversy surrounding government's decision to accept into Ghana the two former Guantanamo Bay detainees is set to resurface in Parliament. Member of Parliament for Asuogyaman, Kofi Osei Ameyaw, says he will file an urgent question to compel the...and more
  • Guantanamo Bay detainees matter reaches Parliament - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsGuantanamo Bay detainees matter reaches ParliamentGhana Business NewsThe issue of the presence in Ghana of former detainees from Guantanamo Bay is knocking at the door of Parliament, to be discussed by the House at its pleasure and the approval of the Business Committee. Mr Edward Korbly ... The Manhyia MP, quoting ...“15 more Gitmo detainees expected in Ghana”GhanaWeball 14 news articles
  • Ghana Parliament To Discuss Gitmo Detainee Matter - News Ghana
    Ghana Parliament To Discuss Gitmo Detainee MatterNews GhanaThe Manhyia MP, quoting Article 75 (1) and (2) of the 1992 Constitution, wondered why the matter was not put on the Business Statement for next week despite its serious nature, to which Majority Leader Alban Bagbin responded that the issue had not come...and more