• Ghana's Parliament House building faces eminent collapse - spyghana.com
    spyghana.comGhana's Parliament House building faces eminent collapsespyghana.comThe defunct Ghana National Trading Corporation building near parliament House, which was renovated in 2007 by the Kufour administration and converted into committee rooms and offices for departments in parliament faces imminent collapse as it has ...Mahama to unveil new Job 600...GhanaWeball 3 news articles »
  • In Ghana's Parliament: Parliament Goes On Recess - Pulse.com.gh
    In Ghana's Parliament: Parliament Goes On RecessPulse.com.ghIn Ghana's Parliament: Parliament Goes On Recess. In Ghana's ParliamentParliament Goes On Recess. Parliament rose sine die at the end of the first meeting of the third session of the sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic last Thursday. Published: 07 ...Parliament goes on recessBusinessGhanaall 4 news articles »
  • Diplomats demand laws to stop foreign control of Ghana's resources - - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineDiplomats demand laws to stop foreign control of Ghana's resources -CitifmonlineGhana's former Ambassador to the United Nations (UN), James Victor Gbeho, has urged the government to enact a law that will help curb the control of foreigners exploiting the country's natural resources. He noted that the country had lost 95 percent of ...
  • Parliament displeased with EC - Ghana Broadcasting Corporation
    Ghana Broadcasting CorporationParliament displeased with ECGhana Broadcasting CorporationParliament on Tuesday expressed displeasure with the Electoral Commission (EC), for the suspended local level elections which should have taken place on March 3. ... Per the country's laws, a CI can only mature after a mandatory 21 days sitting in ...and more »
  • NPP women's caucus in Parliament supports affirmative action - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebNPP women's caucus in Parliament supports affirmative actionGhanaWebFemale members of Parliament from the Minority New Patriotic Party (NPP) have urged the party's National Executive Committee (NEC) not to waver in its policy to fully implement the affirmative action policy. ... She made references to the Beijing ...The NPP NEC's Proposal On Women Representation In Parliament: From A ...Peace FM OnlineNPP 'playing to the gallery' with affirmative action – IMANI bossCitifmonlineParliament: Minority Women Caucus applauds NPP “controversial Affirmative ...Ghana Broadcasting Corporationspyghana.comall 38 news articles »
  • Civil Society pleads with Parliament to pass Right to Information bill - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsCivil Society pleads with Parliament to pass Right to Information billGhana Business NewsThe Civil Society Platform on the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Bailout, a pressure group on Tuesday, pleaded with Parliament to hasten the passage of the Right to Information (RTI) Bill into Law before going for recess in March, 2015. ... and not ...$940m IMF bailout: CSOs want RTI bill passed for monitoringStarr 103.5 FMall 6 news articles »
  • Nobel Prize for Honourable Members of Ghana's Parliament - GhanaWeb
    Nobel Prize for Honourable Members of Ghana's ParliamentGhanaWebConsequently, the opposition outside Parliament christened the first term of National Democratic Congress One (NDC 1) (1993-1996) Parliament under Mr Justice D.F. Annan as Speaker 'rubber stamp Parliament'. Period! At that time, it was the Ghanaian ...
  • Ghana's constitution fuels corruption - Franklin Cudjoe - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebGhana's constitution fuels corruption - Franklin CudjoeGhanaWebAccording to him, although there are many reasons for the worsening thievery in Ghana, "the Constitution we have is designed for state capture of state resources" -- a situation he maintains would make the fight against the canker difficult to tackle ...
  • Ghana shelves plans for bridge financing - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsGhana shelves plans for bridge financingGhana Business NewsThe Reuters news service reported last week, citing a memo that the Finance Minister had submitted to Parliament indicating that Ghana will seek bridge finance of between $300 million and $1 billion in the first half of this year to redeem maturing ...
  • Parliament Must Take Action to Safeguard Public Funds - GhanaWeb
    Parliament Must Take Action to Safeguard Public FundsGhanaWebAs a citizen I have become very concerned about recent Ghana government spending decisions and other financial scandals making unjustifiable demands on public monies. ... or spending public monies judiciously in the interests of the people, is ...