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    Ghana News Agency'Parliament has capacity to consider Special Prosecutor's Bill'Ghana News AgencyAccording to him, they had looked at Article Three and other relevant articles of the Constitution and it appeared the OSP was not one of those bills, which the Constitution limited the capacity of Parliament to deliberate on. Alhaji Fuseini, who is ...and more »
  • Alban Bagbin touts Parliament's progress - Myjoyonline.com
    Myjoyonline.comAlban Bagbin touts Parliament's progressMyjoyonline.comSecond Deputy Speaker of Ghana's Parliament Alban Bagbin has expressed his satisfaction with the achievements of the august House. According to him, Ghana's Parliament has progressed from non-existence, during a protracted period of military rule to ...and more »
  • Parliament has power to consider Special Prosecutor Bill – MP - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineParliament has power to consider Special Prosecutor Bill – MPCitifmonlineHis comment follows recent remarks by a Senior Law Lecturer at the University of Ghana, Dr. Raymond Atuguba, that Parliament, should not entertain the Special Prosecutor Bill because the constitution has already granted such powers to the Attorney ...and more »
  • Parliament has not blossomed yet— Omanhene of Asante Asokore - Graphic Online
    Graphic OnlineParliament has not blossomed yet— Omanhene of Asante AsokoreGraphic OnlineGhana's Parliament has not yet blossomed into a prestigious institution possessing the promise of presenting its members with appealing career options. The result is that Members of Parliament (MPs) strive to catch the eye of the President, instead of ...
  • 'Ghana Laws Too Soft On Corruption' - Modern Ghana (press release) (blog)
    Modern Ghana (press release) (blog)'Ghana Laws Too Soft On Corruption'Modern Ghana (press release) (blog)Former Moderator of the Presbyterian Church, Reverend Professor Martey, has expressed his dissatisfaction with Ghana's current laws on corruption, saying they are not stringent enough in punishing corrupt persons. Speaking at a public lecture organized ...and more »
  • Parliamentary Affairs Ministry report on enhancing effectiveness of Parliament - Myjoyonline.com
    Myjoyonline.comParliamentary Affairs Ministry report on enhancing effectiveness of ParliamentMyjoyonline.comThe Honourable Minister in his brief presentation indicated that, the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs has existed for 16 years in different forms, since the coming into force of the 1992 constitution, to serve as an interface between the Executive ...and more »
  • We have Libya IS Report concerns under control – Gov't assures parliament - Myjoyonline.com
    Myjoyonline.comWe have Libya IS Report concerns under control – Gov't assures parliamentMyjoyonline.comThe National Security Minister Albert Kan Dapaah has assured Parliament that government has the 'Libya Islamic State terrorism report' concerns under control. At a meeting between leadership of Parliament led by Speaker Prof. Mike Ocquaye and Mr ...and more »
  • Don't entertain Special Prosecutor Bill – Atuguba warns Parliament - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineDon't entertain Special Prosecutor Bill – Atuguba warns ParliamentCitifmonlineDr. Raymond A. Atuguba, a Senior Law Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Ghana, has urged Parliament not to accept the Special Prosecutor Bill again. He said under the current constitutional dispensation, no prosecutor in Ghana could be ...and more »
  • Ghana is only good at making laws – Ashanti Regional Minister - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebGhana is only good at making laws – Ashanti Regional MinisterGhanaWebThe Ashanti regional minister, Simon Osei Mensah says Ghana is only good at making laws but lacks the zeal at effectively implementing them . Speaking on Hello FMm in Kumasi on Monday, the minister accused most leaders and law enforcement agencies ...and more »
  • I'm ready to face Parliament – Okudzeto Ablakwa - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebI'm ready to face Parliament – Okudzeto AblakwaGhanaWebThe revelation by the Libyan government somewhat echoes the very concern of the ranking member on parliament's foreign affairs committee, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, who had recently argued that Ghana ranked among the highest countries with IS ...and more »