The decision by the government to reduce the 2018 budgetary allocation to the Information Ministry from ¢141million to ¢107million, has triggered sharp criticisms from MPs.
The First Deputy Speaker of Parliament has backed the Chief Justice’s call on Members of Parliament to desist from using ‘Honourable’ as a title outside the House.
The Bongo Member of Parliament (MP) has charged the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) to ensure that the Electricity Company of Ghana addresses challenges facing customers.
The Minority in Parliament is demanding immediate arrest of landing beach committee members said to have signed for delivery of premix fuel but cannot be traced.
The Minority in Parliament is up in arms with government over what it says is a whopping amount of over ¢720 million that cannot be accounted for in the 2018 budget.
Bawku Central MP, Mahama Ayariga says African leaders are to blame for the “desperation” that drives some youth to journey by sea to Europe.
Roads Minister, Kwasi Amoako Atta says the closure of the Buipe and Yapei bridges in the Northern Region was "critical" to avert a possible disaster.
Foreign Affairs Minister, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey is expected to appear before Parliament to answer questions about the Libyan slave situation.
Parliament has summoned Roads and Highways minister Amoako Atta to appear before it on Thursday to respond to questions on the inconvenience caused to passengers following closure of the Buipe-Yapei Bridge.
Members of Parliament are set to drag the National Security Minister before the house to brief members on a counter-terrorism simulation exercise which has been scheduled for this weekend.
Sitting in Parliament has resumed after the Speaker suspended proceedings following concerns raised by the Minority Thursday.
The Minority in Parliament is mulling over what it says is the unprecedented ¢1.9 billion budgetary allocation to the presidency in the 2018 budget.
Parliament Tuesday debated the issue of granting an immunity to the Special Prosecutor and his staff who will run the much-awaited office that will make corruption undesirable to public officers.
Parliament has finally passed the Special Prosecutor's Bill in a marathon sitting Tuesday.
Parliament is in a race against time to pass the Special Prosecutor Bill if the office is to receive public funding in the 2018 budget.
The Coalition of Civil Society Organizations has entreated government to make the selection of the Special Prosecutor open in order to cure issues of political witch-hunting.
Former Deputy Finance Minister, Casiel Ato Forson has described the current COCOBOD CEO as a “serial caller”.
The Minority in Parliament maintains it wants Ghana’s High Commissioner to South Africa, George Ayisi Boateng out over his “shameful utterances.”
MP for Odododiodoo constituency, Nii Lantey Vanderpuye hs said the Special Prosecutor Bill has reached the consideration stage.
The Energy Minister, Boakye Agyarko has supported moves to have the $510 million AMERI Power deal revoked over possible breaches of the original deal approved by Parliament.
Retired Ghanaian diplomat, Dr KB Asante says comment made by the country’s High Commissioner to South Africa was not only “nonsense” but “rubbish.”
Speaker of Parliament, Professor Aaron Mike Ocquaye has registered his displeasure with the attendance of MPs at Tuesday’s sitting.
President Nana Akufo-Addo's signature legislation to fight political corruption is back in Parliament after it was withdrawn for greater public engagement.
The Majority and Minority Members of Parliament, are to hold separate meetings on the recent confusion over the Ga stool.
The government has started processes to create a Trust Fund that will cater for the welfare of the family of slain soldier, Major Maxwell Adams Mahama.
Former Power Minister, Kwabena Donkor has cautioned the Majority in Parliament against the termination of the $510 million AMERI Power deal.
Former Power Minister, Dr Kwabena Donkor says he did not do the background check on AMERI Energy at the time the power deal was signed in 2015.
The Mines and Energy Committee of Parliament has summoned former Power Minister, Dr Kwabena Donkor over the $510 million AMERI Power deal signed in 2015.
There is fresh pressure from NDC MPs against the implementation of an NCA law passed under the former NDC government.
The Minority in Parliament has challenged the Majority to head to court if it believes the $510m AMERI Power deal signed in 2015 was fraudulent.
The Minority in Parliament has boycotted Mines and Energy Committee meeting in parliament considering a $510 million AMERI deal which government says was "over-priced".
North Tongu MP, Okudzeto Ablakwa may be summoned before Parliament’s Privileges Committee over public comment on Libya's terrorism report.
Former Environment Minister, Mahama Ayariga says the spate of gas explosions across the country will end if operators of those facilities are sued for damages.
Government says there is a soon-to-be-rolled out affordable housing project to deal with the housing deficit, however, a Minority legislator says that claim is false.
The Minority in Parliament has implored President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to acknowledge the positive achievements of his predecessor.
The Minority in Parliament is alleging breach of parliamentary procedure in processes leading to the resumption of sitting today.
The Minority in Parliament is accusing the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) of deception following the hike in petroleum prices.
The Builsa South MP has backed the decision by the Environment Ministry to retrieve some ¢6.3 million from local IT company, rLG Communications Limited.
There was a media blackout at Wednesday’s Parliament Accounts Committee sitting as it considered the 2015 Auditor Generals Report on financial malfeasance in the judiciary.
The Chairman of Parliament’s Legal Affairs Committee says the Office of the Special Prosecutor will be designed to prevent it from being politically manipulated.
The Minority in Parliament says it refused to attend the launch of government’s free SHS education policy because its members were not given the T-shirts printed for the occasion.
The Minority in Parliament says the current state of the free senior high school programme being rolled out was not the one government promised.
The Minority is accusing the government of centralizing procurement processes under the free senior high school programme.
After coming under intense pressure to state a position on SSNIT’s $72m software deal, at least one member of the Minority has commented on the matter.
Ranking member on the Energy Committee of Parliament, Adam Mutawakilu is warning of imminent increase in electricity tariff if government bows to demands by jubilee partners for upward review of gas sale to Ghana.
The Minority in Parliament is demanding Energy Minister, Boakye Agyarko submits to the House details of a possible 15-year LNG agreement yet to be signed with Equatorial Guinea.
A Member of Parliament’s Finance Committee has blamed the Central Bank for the collapse of two indigenous banks, UT and Capital Banks.
A Ranking Member of Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee is advocating the overhaul of Ghana Post over repeated negative balance sheet.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has assured of the passage of the Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) bill when Parliament reconvenes in October.
The Minority in Parliament is demanding a bi-partisan probe into the circumstances surrounding the collapse of two indigenous banks in Ghana.
The Minority in Parliament has thrown a challenge to government and Bank of Ghana to take steps to protect other banks from collapsing.
The Minority in Parliament is accusing Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta of doctoring figures when he presented government’s Mid-Year 2017 Budget Review, Monday.