Minorities in Parliament are irrelevant, noise makers – Amoako Baah


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He suggested that “important bills” sent to the House, including presidential nominees, should be approved by a two-thirds majority at the committee sitting as a first step to limiting the powers of the executive.  

“If we know that a certain decision must be passed by two-thirds majority in parliament…that is what [will] bring about reasonableness and compromise”

“If you do just this, it means in effect that, the majority will know that they cannot have that simple majority…Parliament is supposed to check those powers and parliament has refused to do that; because of this situation, Parliament is becoming a rubber stamp…That is the reality,” he stressed.

Rallying round the government
Executive Director at the Institute for Democratic Governance (IDEG), Dr. Emmanuel Akwetey, says the nation must support the government in its efforts to overcome the present economic challenges.

Government has apart from introducing what it called home grown policies to tackle the economic challenges, also entered into negotiations with the International Monetary Fund and other donor partners, to help the rescue the economy.

Government, the governance expert noted, “comes to work with our support” despite the fact that it has the sole responsibility to transform the economy.

“Labour and businesses would have to put forward proposals that will also encourage government…”

“It doesn’t mean that government doesn’t have solutions or doesn’t know what to do but it also means that government…at a certain point needs to convene the nation to find solutions to our problems which we have failed to do,” he said. 

He however wants leadership to create the framework that will win the support of the people to buy into the government’s homegrown policies. Story by Ghana | Myjoyonline.com | Jerry Tsatro Mordy | [email protected]

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