The Evolution of Parliament in Ghana

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This study provides an overview of the development of Ghana’s parliament from 1844 when it was under British colonial jurisdiction, through transition to sovereign rule in the 1950s. It further covers the period post the 2000 elections, the third successive multiparty elections, and consolidation of multi-party democratic governance. Some of the topics covered include: the various post-independence constitutions, the committee system, the introduction of women to parliament, and parliament and the media. An essay analysing the strengths and weaknesses of the parliamentary system and snapshot portraits of the presidents and speakers conclude the volume.

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Weight 0.500 kg
Pages

172

Year Published

2006

ISBN

9789988550769

Format

Paperback

K.B. Ayensu

K.B. Ayensu was the first Clerk of Parliament in independent Ghana and made a tremendous contribution to the growth and development of Ghana’s parliament.

S.N. Darkwa

S.N. Darkwa was Clerk of Parliament from 1961 to 1997.

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