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Conduct of MPs Affecting Public Confidence in Parliament – GPMON

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The Ghana Parliamentary Monitoring Organizations Network (GPMON) has observed with grave concern the current disturbances within the Parliament of Ghana in the past few weeks. The contentions and disturbing incidents concern the Motion to approve the Budget and Economic Policy of Government for the year 2022, the interpretation of Article 104 and Order 109 regarding Voting in Parliament and the peculiar dynamics of the 8th Parliament of the 4th Republic of Ghana, the claim of impersonation of a female Member of Parliament, the presentstand-off between a Member of the august House and the Police over an unlawful assembly case among others. These occurrences come in the wake of similar wrangling that unfortunately characterized the inauguration of Parliament on January 7th 2021 and which has neither been officially investigated, nor reported on by the august House.

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