Majority Leader Taunts RTI Coalitions: Spousal Rights More Fundamental

Majority leader, the Hon. Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, has taken a dig at coalitions and Civil Society Groups (CSOs) campaigning for the passage of the Right to Information Bill (RTI), arguing there are more fundamental issues that should concern Ghanaians and Parliament.According to him, the House has been considering the Spousal Rights Bill, which is very critical … Continue reading Majority Leader Taunts RTI Coalitions: Spousal Rights More Fundamental

Speaker: Days of Emotional Appeals for Women Participation are Over

┬áSpeaker of Parliament, Professor Michael Aaron Ocquaye, has noted that the days of emotional justification for women participation in governance and leadership are over. Women, he said, need to take action by advancing suggestions and modalities to actualize what has already been accepted to be important element in governance. "The days of emotional appeals are … Continue reading Speaker: Days of Emotional Appeals for Women Participation are Over

RTI Coalitions Threaten Court Action if Law is Mutilated with Exemptions

Right to Information (RTI) Coalitions and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have issued a warning they would head to the Supreme Court if Parliament mutilates the RTI law, to have it strike down as unconstitutional and inconsistent with Article 21 (1) f of the 1992 Constitution.The Coalitions noted that Ghanaians expect the Legislature to pass a … Continue reading RTI Coalitions Threaten Court Action if Law is Mutilated with Exemptions