Parliament Is The Weakest Arm Of Gov’t – Okudzeto

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http://abnehmenmitspass.info/?v=viagra-vrai-pas-cher viagra vrai pas cher A former President of the Ghana Bar Association and renowned lawyer, Sam Okudzeto, has described Parliament as the “weakest arm of government” due to the failure to execute its fundamental responsibility of working in the interest of the people.

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Dr. Gyampo said such bribery allegations against MPs will undermine public confidence in the legislature, which may bring voter apathy in future elections. Meanwhile, the Head of Research and Programmes and Deputy Director of the Centre for Democratic Development (CDD), Ghana, Dr. Franklin Oduro, also described the bribery allegations against parliament as worrying.

He noted that the way a section of the public perceives parliamentarians as corrupt is very dangerous.

Dr. Oduro also added his voice to the numerous calls for proper investigations to be conducted into the alleged bribery allegations against the MPs since they play a major role in Ghana’s democracy.

“The responsiveness of members of parliament to the citizens is very weak and low because they always get close to the people during elections for votes”, Dr. Oduro asserted.

He therefore called on the MP’s to explain the truth in the bribery allegations against them to the people to understand the dos’ and don’ts of how the House operates.

Contributing to the way forward on how MP’s should conduct themselves on Adom FM’s “Burning Issues”, the Deputy Director of CDD urged MPs to desist from making promises which they cannot execute when campaigning.

Dr. Oduro says if the government can get money to sponsor the Black Stars for World Cup and at the same time get money to acquire presidential jet and airline for the security agencies, then government must also resource Parliament to execute its mandate.

Meanwhile, the MP for Abuakwa South, Atta Kyea has backed calls for Mr. Bagbin to come clean on his allegations or render an unqualified apology to the MPs over the bribery allegations.

Currently, the leadership of Parliament has ordered the general public to submit any information regarding bribery allegation to the Clerk of Parliament to aid their investigation into the issues.