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24% budget cut for Information Ministry likely to affect operations of GBC, others

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.

CJ is right: Honourable title not to be used outside Parliament – Osei-Owusu

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.

‘What's my crime if I am called honourable?' – MP asks after CJ outburst

Juaboso Member of Parliament (MP), Kwabena Mintah Akandoh is unhappy with the new twist a case he brought against the Gender Minister has taken.

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ECG prepaid crisis: Go beyond mere threat – MP to PURC

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.

Posted: 6 days ago   Views: 2946
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Premix diversion: Minority demands arrest of Landing Beach c'ttee members

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.

Posted: 7 days ago   Views: 3402
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Minority demands whereabouts of 'missing' ¢720 million in 2018 Budget

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.

Posted: 14 days ago   Views: 9429
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Blame yourselves, not Libya for slave situation – Ayariga tells African gov’ts

Bawku Central MP, Mahama Ayariga says African leaders are to blame for the “desperation” that drives some youth to journey by sea to Europe.

Posted: 15 days ago   Views: 11744
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‘Buipe, Yapei bridges could have collapsed’ – Minister defends closure

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.

Posted: 15 days ago   Views: 7208
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Minority to quiz Foreign Minister over Libyan slave situation

Foreign Affairs Minister, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey is expected to appear before Parliament to answer questions about the Libyan slave situation.

Posted: 16 days ago   Views: 10609
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Buipe-Yapei bridge saga: Transport Minister hauled before Parliament

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.

Posted: 16 days ago   Views: 7142
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Security Minister to be hauled before Parliament over counter-terrorism simulation exercise

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.

Posted: 20 days ago   Views: 8306
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Parliament resumes sitting after brief suspension

Sitting in Parliament has resumed after the Speaker suspended proceedings following concerns raised by the Minority Thursday.

Posted: 21 days ago   Views: 10501
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Unprecedented ¢1.9bn allocation to presidency is profligate- Minority suggests

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.

Posted: 23 days ago   Views: 8616
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