• 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 ...
  • Electoral Commission prepares new legislation on District Level Elections - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Broadcasting CorporationElectoral Commission prepares new legislation on District Level ElectionsGhana Business NewsVoterregister The Electoral Commission (EC) on Monday said it would prepare a new legislation to be passed by Parliament before fresh nominations were taken for the District Level Elections (DLE). A statement signed by Mr Amadu Sulley, Deputy Chairman ...Parliament Summons Electoral Commission Over Postponed Assembly ElectionsGhana Broadcasting CorporationAssembly elections: EC begins preparations for fresh nominationsGhanaWebCausing Financial Loss: It Is Not Our Fault - ECPeace FM Onlineall 22 news articles »
  • History in heckles in Ghana's Parliament - spyghana.com
    spyghana.comHistory in heckles in Ghana's Parliamentspyghana.comFor the first time in the history of the Fourth Republic of Ghana, a President was not heckled in Parliament whilst delivering his State of the Nation Address, an occurrence an observer has described as “Ghanaian politicians displaying maturity and ...
  • Parliament cannot shut its doors on us - PPP - Ghana Broadcasting Corporation
    Parliament cannot shut its doors on us - PPPGhana Broadcasting CorporationIt said the decision by Ghana's Parliament not to invite the leadership of the PPP to the State of the Nation Address is very disappointing and discriminatory because “The House which is constitutionally mandated to make laws for this country should ...
  • Ghana Parliament reconvenes for first time in 2015 - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Parliament reconvenes for first time in 2015Ghana Business NewsAfter its month-long Christmas break, Parliament resumed on Tuesday, with hints of a very vigorous legislative session as the country undergoes critical economic, political and social reforms. The House's First Meeting of the Third Session of the Sixth ...and more »
  • Parliament summons Finance Minister on 450MW power agreement - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsParliament summons Finance Minister on 450MW power agreementGhana Business NewsParliament on Friday summoned the Minister of Finance, Mr Seth Tekper, to clarify the terms of the agreement between the Electricity Company of Ghana and Karpowership Company (Ghana) Ltd for the supply of 450 megawatts of power. The summons is ... Mr ...Parliament summons Minister of FinanceGhanaWebParliament summons Finance Minister on power agreementGhana Broadcasting Corporationall 7 news articles »
  • Nkrumah ouster raises Parliament's tempo - allghananews.com
    allghananews.comNkrumah ouster raises Parliament's tempoallghananews.comMr Quarshigah said Dr Nkrumah's achievements were unparallel in the history of Africa, and of any government in the country, and that Nkrumah's successes were still evident, as they continued to be the fulcrum around which Ghana's current development ...
  • Parliament urges improved pediatric cancer care - Vibe Ghana
    spyghana.comParliament urges improved pediatric cancer careVibe GhanaThe Legislators made the call when they contributed to a statement made on the floor of the House by the MP for Asikuma/ Odoben/Brakwa, Mrs Georgina Nkrumah Aboah to draw attention to the need for Ghana's health care system to reduce the incidence of ...Parliament calls for support for Childhood CancersGhanaall 8 news articles »
  • Eastern Regional NDC Parliamentary caucus congratulates Debrah - Vibe Ghana
    Eastern Regional NDC Parliamentary caucus congratulates DebrahVibe GhanaThe National Democratic Congress' Eastern Regional Caucus in Parliament on Friday congratulated Mr Julius Debrah, outgoing Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, on his appointment as the Chief of Staff at the Presidency. “We the ...and more »
  • Chemical companies asked to respect Ghana's environmental laws - Ghana Business News
    Chemical companies asked to respect Ghana's environmental lawsGhana Business NewsMr Oppong-Fosu, who is the Member of Parliament for Amanfi East, said this at a media briefing in Sekondi on poor handling of chemicals by some companies dealing in chemicals in the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis. The Minister, who was accompanied by ...and more »