Parliament says it has finished considering the Right to Information Bill but could not pass it into law because a new clause was proposed.
Parliament Defers Passage of RTI Bill
Ghanaian Times, 1 February 2019
PARLIAMENT has deferred the passage of the Right to Information (RTI) Bill into law to Tuesday February 5, 2019 as it awaits the final input from the Attorney General. Read more »
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House Resumes Work in RTI Bill
Ghanaian Times, 13 December 2018
PARLIAMENT has resumed work on the Right to Information (RTI) Bill as pressure continues to mount on the legislature to pass the bill into law. Read more »
We'll Pass RTI Bill 2019 - Veep
Ghanaian Times, 11 December 2018
The much anticipated passage of the Right To Information (RTI) Bill will not happen this year as speculated. Read more »
Passage of RTI Bill and Blasé Attitude of the MPs
Ghanaian Times, 15 November 2018
Describe it as the oldest bill in the fourth republic and you will not be wrong. The Right to Information (RTI) Bill has been in and out of parliament than any bill yet its fate is… Read more »
Parliament Adjourns for Lack of Quorum
Ghanaian Times, 9 November 2018
PARLIAMENT was forced into early adjournment on Wednesday because it did not have a quorum to continue with activities lined up for the day. Read more »
RTI Bill Campaigners Denied Access to Parliament
Ghanaian Times, 31 October 2018
MEMBERS of the Media Coalition pushing for the passage of the Right to Information (RTI) Bill were yesterday prevented from accessing Parliament when they took their advocacy to… Read more »
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