Mahama has not erred in allowing ‘ministers’ to act- Law lecturer

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Mahama has not erred in allowing 'ministers' to act- Law lecturer

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http://youthub.net/?viagra=viagra-curacao viagra curacao A law lecturer says the president is not in breach of the law by asking outgoing ministers to hang on as caretakers in their various portfolios until substantive ministers are appointed.

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“You don’t get sworn in on the 7 January and sack all ministers on the 8 of January,” he said, adding that will not ensure a smooth transition of power.

Whilst he did not object to the previous scenario in which chief directors are allowed to act until ministers are appointed, he maintained there is no wrong doing in asking outgoing ministers to hang on.