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Marilyn Yayra N. Johnson

Executive Assistant     Email: mjohnson@parliamentafrica.com  She coordinates the administrative activities within the Accra office of the organisation. She has working experience as an administrative personnel from various organizations, having worked with organisation in media, the financial sector and the construction industry. She is very passionate about the various programmes ...

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Gilbert Borketey Boyefio

General Manager and Managing Editor of the Parliamentary Newspaper, Email:gboyefio@parliamentafrica.com He has over ten years working experience as a journalist; covering various beats such as human rights, court reporting, the extractive sector and parliamentary reporting. Gilbert has worked with many media houses in Ghana and Nigeria; occupying key positions. He ...

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Sammy Obeng

 C.E.O , Email: sobeng@parliamentafrica.com   Sammy Obeng is a Ghanaian social entrepreneur under 30 and an expert in Ghana’s parliamentary practices and procedures. He has over a decade of work experiences in media and project management. He has worked with media men and women from many African countries, particularly Ghana ...

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Ghana Resources

Click To View and Download Constitution Of Ghana Petroleum Revenue Management Act 815 2011 Local-Content-and-Local-Participation-Regulations-L_I-2204

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Who We Are

Established as an advocacy newspaper to give a voice to the general public through bringing their concerns to legislators and also to report to the public on happenings within the Parliament of Ghana, the Parliamentary Newspaper carved a niche for itself as a go-to source for information and advocacies within the ...

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PCs say government hydro ads are in contempt of parliament

T ORONTO — Taxpayer-funded ads about planned hydro bill reductions put the Liberal government in contempt of parliament, the Opposition charged Monday. Both the Progressive Conservatives and NDP say the radio and social media ads are only meant to boost the popularity of a party sagging in the polls. Energy ...

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The Bill Symposium Series

The ‘Bill Symposium Series’ brings together prominent legislators and other officials working on various Bills under consideration in the Parliament of Ghana, to interact with stakeholders who will be directly and/or indirectly affected by the particular Bill when passed into law. Symposium attendees get the opportunity to put across their ...

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World’s MPs to tackle rising economic, political and social inequalities

Taking decisive actions to end economic, political and social inequality will be the focus of deliberations for the more than 650 MPs from 132 countries meeting in Dhaka, Bangladesh from 1-5 April 2017. Parliamentarians, including 53 Speakers of Parliament, will make concrete proposals on a range of issues, from ending ...

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Parliament must join Fight against Galamsey – Crystal Ball Series

As the fight against illegal mining activities (galamsey) and its effects of the country intensifies, Parliament-the representation of the people must not stand aloof but seen to be playing active roles to fight the menace. This was the thoughts of Dr. Franklin Oduro, of the Center for Democratic Governance (CDD), ...

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