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Ofori-Atta is not running away from accountability – 2nd Deputy Majority Chief Whip

Habib Idrissu, the Second Deputy Majority Chief Whip, has denied charges that the Finance Minister’s repeated reluctance to come before the House demonstrates his inability to account for the government’s…

Ofori-Atta swerves Parliament again, fails to account for Covid-19 expenditure

For the second time, the Finance Minister failed to appear in Parliament to account for how the government wasted Covid-19 funding. Despite pledges from the leadership of the Majority group…

Parliament has no power to investigate Electoral Commission – CODEO Project Lead

Paul Nana Kwabena Aborampah Mensah, project lead for the Coalition of Domestic Election Observers (CODEO), has expressed his disagreement with the Minority MPs’ desire for a bipartisan committee to properly…

Parliament is broke; it has no money to function – Speaker Bagbin

Parliament is currently in arrears, according to the Speaker, since the Finance Ministry refuses to allocate funding for operations. Parliament is broke, according to Speaker Alban Bagbin, and hence lacks…

Parliament to engage CLOGSAG to call off strike

Parliament has taken steps to break the impasse over the government’s neutrality allowance negotiations with federal servants. The Local Government Committee of Parliament will meet with the leadership of the…

We are optimistic that Adwoa Safo and the other two will be cleared by Parliament – John Boadu

John Boadu, the New Patriotic Party’s General Secretary, expressed optimism that the three Members of Parliament whose names were presented to the Privileges Committee will be cleared. The Speaker summoned…

Some MPs lost seats in 2020 elections because they became too ‘big’ – Dr Owusu Mensah

Dr. Isaac Owusu Mensah, Director of Research at the Office of the President, has addressed why the New Patriotic Party lost some seats in the 2020 elections despite maintaining power.…

Parliament’s image has plummeted — Ras Mubarak

Ras Mubarak, a former Member of Parliament for Kumbungu, has expressed surprise at some Members of Parliament (MPs) criticizing Speaker Alban Bagbin’s decision to report three New Patriotic Party (NPP)…

Parliament to adjourn Sine Die on April 5

On Tuesday, April 5, 2022, Parliament is expected to take a vacation. While reading the business statement for next week, Deputy Majority Leader Alexander Kwamina Afenyo-Markin asked Members of Parliament…

Ghana Parliament finally Approves the controversial E-Levy

The E-Levy law was finally enacted by Ghana’s Parliament after months of debate between the two factions in the House of Representatives (NPP & NDC). The Electronic Transaction Levy (E-Levy)…