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Latest Updated : Wednesday,27 Oct 2010
"1992 Constitution Makes Parliament Powerless"
Parliamentarians holding discussions on proposed amendments to the 1992 Constitution, on Saturday argued that there were many provisions in the constitution that reduced parliament to a powerless organ.
Minority Leader: 'Speaker' Must Come From Parliament
Mr Osei-Mensah Bonsu, Minority Leader in Parliament on Saturday said Ghana’s Parliament would have gained the needed strength if the function to select the Speaker of the House was vested in Parliament.
Turkey president addresses Ghana Parliament; announces re-opening of Embassy
Turkey President Abdullah Gül has promised a renewed relationship with the government and people of Ghana.
DACF Formulae For Various Projects Funds Laid In Parliament
Mr. Cletus Avoka, Majority Leader, yesterday laid the proposed formula for sharing the District Assemblies Common Fund for the Year 2011 in Parliament
Parliament repeal sports law
Parliament on Monday amended the Sports Act 1976 said to have contributed to the suspension of Ghana from the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Parliament vets five Presidential nominees today
Parliament’s Appointments Committee will today vet five Presidential nominees for various positions.
Tourism Bill Undergoes Second Reading
The Tourism Bill, which provides a legal framework to regulate the tourism sector, was taken through its second reading granting it a safe passage into the consideration stage for proposed amendments to be made.
Funds To Construct More Classrooms For Senior High
Parliament yesterday approved a credit agreement between the Ghana government and Cal Bank Ghana Limited for an amount of GH¢85 million to be used for the construction of school infrastructure for the Senior High School (SHS) programme.

Parliament appeals to teachers to stay in classroom
Members of Parliament on Tuesday expressed concern about the low salary and poor conditions of service of teachers but appealed to them to abandon the strike and return to the classroom while government work on improving their situation.
Salaries of Parliamentarians to go up by 300%?
The Committee for Joint Action (CJA) has spoken out against the proposal to increase the salaries of Parliamentarians by more than 300 per cent.

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