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CSOs committed to ensuring success of parliamentary democracy – CDD

The Ghana Centre for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana) says civil society organizations (CSOs) are committed to ensuring the success of Ghana’s parliamentary democracy through collaboration and healthy engagements. Mr. Paul Aborampah Mensah, Programmes Manager, CDD Ghana, in a solidarity message at the launch of the 30th Anniversary of Ghana’s Parliamentary Democracy in Accra, said prior to the Fourth Republic, Parliament was a branch of Government with the most disrupted life in Ghana’s constitutional and political history.
“It was a victim of the coups d’état of February 1966, January 1972, and December 1981.” He said Parliament resumed its life in the Fourth Republic on a less than optimistic note, as the decision of the New Patriotic Party to boycott the December 1992 parliamentary elections robbed the first Parliament of an official opposition party…


Source: https://newsghana.com.gh/csos-committed-to-ensuring-success-of-parliamentary-democracy-cdd/

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