• Dr Clement Apaak Going To Parliament - GhanaWeb
    Dr Clement Apaak Going To ParliamentGhanaWebThe Simon Faser University product, Dr Apaak, contesting the seat on the ticket of the NDC according to our information, was not borne by his own desires to enter the Ghana's parliament but he had to succumbed to numerous request from his ...
  • WHO worried about lack of enforcement of laws - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebWHO worried about lack of enforcement of lawsGhanaWebThe WHO noted that Ghana has one of the best laws and policies on medicines, but they are buried in books, adding: “Other countries rather come to learn and go back to implement them for the benefit of their people whilst we sit back doing nothing with ...and more »
  • Ghanaians happy with Parliament - NCCE - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebGhanaians happy with Parliament - NCCEGhanaWebShe expressed satisfaction that per the research, it became obvious that majority of the respondents were aware that MPs play the role of making laws, representing the views of their people in Parliament as well as serving as liaison between the ...and more »
  • Ministerial appointment: Prez must stop picking ministers from Parliament ... - Pulse.com.gh
    CitifmonlineMinisterial appointment: Prez must stop picking ministers from Parliament ...Pulse.com.ghMajority Leader, Alban S.K Bagbin says Ghana's constitution must be amended to prohibit the President from appointing his ministers from Parliament. The situation, he said, has led to Parliament's undermining the work of the legislature. According to ...Parliament rendered ineffective by appointments – Mike OquayeCitifmonlineall 15 news articles »
  • 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.comHe then reminded the students about what the 4th Republican Constitution states in Chapter 6/Section 38 Sub-section 2: …..“The Government shall within two years after Parliament first meets after the coming into force of this Constitution draw up the ...Nduom Challenges LawyersGhanaWeball 6 news articles »
  • Ghana's mining laws to be read by arriving passengers at KIA - Vibe Ghana
    Vibe GhanaGhana's mining laws to be read by arriving passengers at KIAVibe Ghanaakwaaba kotoka airport Arriving passengers at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA), would now have immediate access to Ghana's mining laws as part of measures to prevent foreigners from engaging in illegal mining. Nii Osah Mills, Minister of Lands ...
  • Integrity of Ghana judiciary is on downward trajectory - spyghana.com
    spyghana.comIntegrity of Ghana judiciary is on downward trajectoryspyghana.comI have many instances to cite to prove how the Court judges have proved themselves untrustworthy; twisting the truth to render obnoxious judgments most of the time, however, I will only mention just one today. They are not fair to mostly the poor ...and more »
  • Ghana's mining laws available to arriving passengers at airport - spyghana.com
    spyghana.comGhana's mining laws available to arriving passengers at airportspyghana.comIn a move to prevent foreigners from engaging in illegal mining in Ghana, passengers arriving at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) will now have immediate access to the country's mining laws, the state-run Ghana News Agency (GNA) reported here ...and more »
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...