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Three Decades of Uninterrupted Constitutional Rule: Revisiting the Agenda for Reforms

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To mark Ghana’s constitution week, the NCCE organized their Annual Constitution Week Lecture and Panel Discussion which took place at the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences (GAAS). The speakers at the program shared views on the theme, “Three Decades of Uninterrupted Constitutional Rule: Revisiting the Agenda for Reforms”.
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