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THE EXPIRATION OF THE MORATORIUM PROVISIONS UNDER GHANA’S DISABILITY ACT OF 2006 , WHERE DOES GHANA STAND.

THE EXPIRATION OF THE MORATORIUM PROVISIONS UNDER GHANA’S DISABILITY ACT OF 2006 , WHERE DOES GHANA STAND.
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CLGA COMMENTARY ON THE 2015 BUDGET STATEMENT AND ECONOMIC POLICY OF GHANA

By Dr.Eric Oduro Osae, Legal and Decentralization Advisor Introduction Ghana’s Decentralization policy aims at transferring functions, powers, responsibilities and resources to Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) in Ghana. Under Article 240(2) (a), of the 1992 Constitution, MMDAs are created and established by a specific Legislative Instrument (L.I) as the highest political and administrative authority in a given area of jurisdiction.
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DECENTRALIZATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT: THE CONSTITUTION REVIEW COMMISSION’S (CRC) REPORT AND THE GOVERNMENT WHITE PAPER- AREAS REQUIRING FURTHER CONSIDERATION.

By Dr. Eric Oduro Osae (ESQ) The Government of Ghana in 1988 drawing on earlier attempts and experiences embarked on a process of implementing a comprehensive decentralization and local government reform programme. The programme aimed at establishing efficient decentralized government machinery, promoting popular participation by shifting the process of governance from command to consultative processes and devolve functions, power, competences, skills, resources and means to local governments
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DECENTRALIZATION IMPLEMENTATION IN GHANA: ASSESSMENT OF KEY DECENTRALIZATION INSTITUTIONS AND THE PERSPECTIVES OF KEY LOCAL GOVERNMENT PERSONALITIES.

By Research Unit There is no doubt that Ghana’s decentralization programme has aged enough to require a nationwide evaluation of its efficacy in our quest to evolve an institutional process mechanism for locally-led energized initiatives in planning, resource mobilization and development delivery. ( Nyaaba-Aweeba Azongo, Ghanaweb Columnist)
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