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Release RTI Bill (2018) on website and social media platforms of Parliament and extend deadline for submission of memoranda)
Posted on by Ernest Armah

Odekro has taken notice of the call for memoranda on the Right To Information (RTI) Bill, 2018. The call was made in a statement dated ...

Odekro's Statement on the President's Appointment of 110 Ministers
Posted on by Ernest Armah

Odekro is surprised and dismayed by the recent nomination of 54 additional Ministers by President Akufo-Addo. The newest list brings the total of Ministers, Deputy ...

Odekro Awarded Grant by The Indigo Trust
Posted on by Lolan Ekow Sagoe-Moses

Odekro is pleased to announce that we have been awarded a grant of £20,000 + by our main grant partners The Indigo Trust. The Indigo Trust is ...

Make Public Investigation into 5million litres contaminated fuel product; Disclosure of Funding Sources for Political Parties
Posted on by Ernest Armah

The Minority in Parliament issued a statement dated 27th June 2017, demanding: The immediate interdiction of the BOST Managing Director (Mr. Alfred Obeng Boateng); Full scale investigation ...

The fallout from Nana Addo's appointment of 110 ministers continues to undermine Parliament
Posted on by Ernest Armah

Odekro would like to commend the Selection Committee of Parliament for recommending to the House, the re-composition of leadership of parliamentary committees. We identify with ...

MPs’ Absenteeism Report for First and Second Meetings of the Seventh Parliament of Ghana
Posted on by Ernest Armah

Odekro, your non-partisan Parliamentary Monitoring Organization has investigated absenteeism trends in the first and second meetings of the Seventh Parliament and wish to make public ...

Report on the First Session of the Seventh Parliament
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Ghana ushered in its Seventh Parliament on January 7, 2017, after its general elections the previous year that transferred both Executive and Legislative Control to ...

Report on the First Session of the Seventh Parliament
Posted on by Odekro

Ghana ushered in its Seventh Parliament on January 7, 2017, after its general elections the previous year that transferred both Executive and Legislative Control to ...

This Week in Parliament [30th May -2nd June, 2017]
Posted on by Ernest Ashitey Armah

Here are highlights of what MPs discussed this week - starting Tuesday, 30th May: Preparedness of NADMO in the wake of natural disasters MPs on debated the ...

This Week In Parliament [6th June - 9th June, 2017]
Posted on June 9, 2017 by Ernest Ashitey Armah

Highlights of what MPs discussed starting Wednesday, June 7th 2017 Minister of Finance Answers Questions on $2.25 billion Bond Issue Ghana’s Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori Atta ...

This Week In Parliament [13th-16th June, 2017]
Posted on June 16, 2017 by Ernest Ashitey Armah

Highlights of what was discussed in Ghana’s Parliament from 13-16 June 2017 Customs (Amendment) Act 2017 Passed MPs passed the Customs (Amendment) Bill 2017, which removes certain ...

This Week In Parliament[19th-23rd June, 2017]
Posted on June 23, 2017 by Ernest Ashitey Armah

Highlights of what MPs discussed from 19th - 23rd June, 2017 Chief Justice Sophia Abena Boafowaa Akufo Approved This week, MPs approved the President’s nominee for Chief ...

This Week In Parliament [27th - 30th June, 2017]
Posted on June 30, 2017 by Ernest Ashitey Armah

Highlights of what MPs discussed from 27th - 30th June, 2017 Adaklu MP Questions Interior Minister The Member of Parliament for Adaklu, Mr. Kwame Governs Agbodza asked ...

This Week in Parliament [4th-7th July, 2017]
Posted on July 7, 2017 by Ernest Ashitey Armah

Highlights of what MPs discussed from 4-7th July, 2017 Parliament approves NHIS disbursement for 2017 The House in this week approved a total of GHS2,261.73 million for ...

This Week In Parliament [11th-14th July, 2017]
Posted on July 14, 2017 by Ernest Ashitey Armah

Highlights of what MPs discussed from 11-14th July, 2017 Parliament summons Sydney Casely-Hayford The Speaker has asked leadership to meet and report back to the House on ...