• Ghana's piracy laws must be reviewed – Maritime Expert - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineGhana's piracy laws must be reviewed – Maritime ExpertCitifmonline“Generally in the sub region a number of countries do have very outdated legislation so we should be working to update our legislation so that we can deal with the complex issues of piracy and other piratical related violence,” he stated on Eyewitness ...Hijacked Nigerian ship: BNI takes over investigationsGhanaWeball 45 news articles
  • Youth Employment Bill must not gather dust – Youth Parliament - Vibe Ghana
    Youth Employment Bill must not gather dust – Youth ParliamentVibe GhanaThe Youth Parliament made the appeal in a statement issued and signed by the Speaker, Issahaque Abass Caesar, and copied to the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in Wa on Tuesday. “We are, therefore, calling on both sides of the House to, as a matter of...and more
  • Ghanaian judges must seek further knowledge – IMANI boss - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebGhanaian judges must seek further knowledge – IMANI bossGhanaWebPresident of IMANI Ghana Franklin Cudjoe is asking Ghanaian judges to seek further knowledge to enable them give better judgment. He said the over a month detention of hiplife artiste, Kwaw Kese for smoking a substance suspected to be Indian hemp was...and more
  • EC codifies election laws - Vibe Ghana
    spyghana.comEC codifies election lawsVibe GhanaThe Electoral Commission (EC), has summarised laws governing its operations into a booklet known as the “Electoral Laws of Ghana” to provide education to political parties and other stakeholders. Dr Kwadwo Afari Gyan, EC Chairman, who launched the...EC Gives Meaning to The Electoral Laws of Ghanaspyghana.comall 3 news articles
  • Ghana won't go back to HIPC – Majority - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebGhana won't go back to HIPC – MajorityGhanaWebReacting to the Minority's position on the budget on Eyewitness News, the Member of Parliament (MP) for Ketu North said all the loans which have been acquired by government are currently being judiciously used for various infrastructure projects.NDC MPs dismiss claims by NPP minority caucus about imminent revision of ...Ghana Broadcasting Corporationall 17 news articles
  • Ghana's Parliament under review for 2014 - spyghana.com
    spyghana.comGhana's Parliament under review for 2014spyghana.com9, GNA -The Minority in Parliament questioned the integrity of the Speaker of Parliament Edward Doe Adjaho, accusing him of plotting to prevent a motion it filed seeking an inquest into the sale of Merchant Bank Ghana to Fortiz Equity Fund Limited ...Accra, Dec 31, GNA -Ghana News Agencyall 16 news articles
  • New Electoral Laws for 2016 - Ghanaian Chronicle
    New Electoral Laws for 2016Ghanaian ChronicleThe EC boss continued that currently, Ghana's electoral laws consist of articles in the constitution, statutes, decrees and constitutional as well as constitutional and legislative instruments. This publication, according to him, is offered to ...
  • Environmental Ministry To Enforce Environmental Laws - Ghana
    Environmental Ministry To Enforce Environmental LawsGhanaMr Opong-Fosu who is also the Member of Parliament for Amenfi East said Ghana was committed to this agenda and had signed on to a number of conventions to the effect. He said Ghana had recently signed Minamata Conventions with the commitment to...and more
  • Parliament Approves 44 Billion for Ministries - AllAfrica.com
    Parliament Approves 44 Billion for MinistriesAllAfrica.comThe 2015 Appropriation Bill was submitted to Parliament by the Minister for Finance, Mr. Emmanuel Seth Terkper, in accordance with Article 179(2) of the Constitution of Ghana and Order 169 of the Standing Orders of the House. The objective of the Bill,...
  • Ghana's Parliament urges NCA to resolve ICH with operators - Telecompaper (subscription)
    Ghana's Parliament urges NCA to resolve ICH with operatorsTelecompaper (subscription)Ghana's Parliament has ordered the National Communication Authority (NCA) to re-start talks with operators on issuing the interconnect clearing house licence, B&FT reported. The decision of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Communication follows a...and more