Tag: 1992 Constitution
The Attorney-General’s Unsolicited Advice To The Auditor-General: Why The Attorney-General Gets It Wrong
The Attorney-General (the “AG”), Godfred Dame, has taken issue with the publication of a special audit report on the government of Ghana’s COVID-19 expenditures covering ... Read More
Parliamentary Immunity: A Ticket Above The Law?
The ongoing impasse between the Ghana Police Service and the Member of Parliament (MP) for Madina Constituency, Mr. Francis Xavier-Sosu, supported by the Speaker of ... Read More
Klomega (no.2) v. Attorney-general, Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority and others: A Missed Opportunity To Strengthen Public Financial Management
Abstract Agreements made by or on behalf of the Government of Ghana (‘GoG’) play a key role in securing resources for national development, managing the ... Read More
Rethinking Article 78(1), of the 1992 Constitution of the Republic of Ghana – Lessons from Ghana’s Election 2020.
Introduction. If there is one thing that the Parliamentary results of the 2020 elections taught Ghanaians (both politicians and non-politicians), it is the need for ... Read More
Legal Implications of COVID-19 on Nana Akuffo-Addo’s Tenure
It has become a common concern among students, lawyers, politicians and the wider population about the threat Covid-19 poses to current government of the day ... Read More