As part of celebrations honoring the Fourth Republican Constitution of Ghana’s 30 years of unbroken parliamentary democracy, Takoradi, Cape Coast, and Koforidua will conduct public forums in the southern zone from August 8 to 12.
In order to firmly establish democracy in the nation, the lawmakers will be able to respond to important queries from the general public and appropriately resolve their issues.
During the adjournment of the Second Meeting of the Third Session of the Eighth Parliament of the Fourth Republic, Mr. Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin, Speaker of the House, made this statement.
The Speaker spoke on the Open Parliament Initiative the House endorsed and mentioned that he visited several media outlets to discuss the House’s viewpoints.
According to Mr. Bagbin, during his trips, he gave the media the assurance that Parliament supported their dedication to press freedom and freedom of speech.
He reaffirmed the House’s resolve to throwing the best 30th Anniversary party possible and assuring the Western, Central, and Eastern people that they will receive a fair share.
He announced that he will be leading the delegation to Takoradi on Tuesday, August 8. He invited all members of Parliament in the three areas to fully engage in the forums.
The First Deputy Speaker, Mr. Joseph Osei-Owusu, and the Second Deputy, Mr. Andrew Amoako Asiamah, will be speaking at similar events in Koforidua and Cape Coast.
A Mock Parliament and Debate will take place in Cape Coast on Wednesday, August 9, while a Peace Walk and Fun Games would take place in Koforidua on Saturday, August 12, 2023.