• Parliament vets nominees for deputy ministerial positions - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebParliament vets nominees for deputy ministerial positionsGhanaWebThe deputy minister-designate, who was nominated by President John Mahama recently, said despite his relatively young age, he had experience to assist his minister, and relate effectively with the officers and men of the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF).and more »
  • Dr Kwesi Nduom Challenges Lawyers On Lapses In Ghana's Constitution - spyghana.com
    spyghana.comDr Kwesi Nduom Challenges Lawyers On Lapses In Ghana's Constitutionspyghana.comDr. Nduom believes as legal practitioners; such fundamental lapses should have engaged their attention right at the promulgation stage of Ghana's Constitution in 1992. ... Such draconian constitutional arrangement, Dr. Nduom said, is being exploited by ...and more »
  • Ghana's mining laws to be read by arriving passengers at KIA - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebGhana's mining laws to be read by arriving passengers at KIAGhanaWebNii Osah Mills, Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, said this when he inaugurated Signages in English, French and Chinese, which have been placed at vantage points within the arrival hall of the KIA, to educate passengers on the country's mining laws.Ghana's mining laws available to arriving passengers at airportspyghana.comall 3 news articles »
  • Parliament must release PAC reports on time to MMDAs – Report - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsParliament must release PAC reports on time to MMDAs – ReportGhana Business NewsThe study found persistent non-compliance with laws and regulations that guide the management of public accounts in Ghana, which Dr. Osei-Kuffour stressed, was a problem that needed to be tackled. Follow up on PAC recommendations were generally ...
  • Parliament Now on WhatsApp - AllAfrica.com
    Parliament Now on WhatsAppAllAfrica.comAccra — MEMBERS of the public can now access documents and know the status of projects before Ghana's Parliament via WhatsApp - a cross-platform mobile messaging app which allows them to exchange messages without having to pay for short ...
  • Shouldn't Pastor Obinim and Nana Kwaku Bonsam go to Parliament? - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsShouldn't Pastor Obinim and Nana Kwaku Bonsam go to Parliament?Ghana Business NewsSadly, it seems we're ignoring one crucial fact, namely that what we may be in need of are more spiritualists in parliament not fine brains. Look as far back as you may, Ghanaian politics has been decorated by politicians who are themselves well ...
  • Ghana's Parliament has potential to tame over exuberant Executive - spyghana.com
    spyghana.comGhana's Parliament has potential to tame over exuberant Executivespyghana.comThere is more Ghana's Parliament can do on two important issues. The proposed amendments to the constitution and the delayed passage of the right to information bill. The amendment of entrenched provisions bill, seems to have stalled in its last stage ...
  • The upstream petroleum industry in Ghana: What the existing laws say. - GhanaWeb
    The upstream petroleum industry in Ghana: What the existing laws say.GhanaWebThe framework for managing the Upstream Petroleum Industry in Ghana before the discovery of oil was established and given legal backing by two main statutes, PNDC Law 64 and the Petroleum Exploration and the Production Law 84. .... But all agreements ...
  • NPP must work hard for majority seats in parliament – Addison - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsNPP must work hard for majority seats in parliament – AddisonGhana Business NewsMr Philip Addison, an Accra-based Legal Practitioner, has urged the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to devise innovative strategies and approaches to win the majority seats in Parliament in the 2016 Parliamentary poll. This, he said, was because should Nana ...NPP must work for majority seats in parliament - AddisonGhanaWeball 15 news articles »
  • Ghana's Parliament House building faces eminent collapse - spyghana.com
    spyghana.comGhana's Parliament House building faces eminent collapsespyghana.comMeanwhile, in a related development, less than a year since Ghanaians witnessed the rampant collapse of buildings in the nation's capital which compelled the Accra Metropolitan Assembly to pull down some buildings suspected of having serious ...and more »