General News of Thursday, 8 November 2018Source: 3news.comJournalists question MPs for running away from their core businessFile photo: The chamber of Ghana’s parliamentThe Media Coalition on the Right to Information (RTI) Bill has question the commitment of Members of Parliament in passing the over decade-old bill, and urged Ghanaians to begin to demand answers from their MPs. Article 102 stipulates that: “A quorum of Parliament, apart from the one presiding, shall be one-third of all Members of Parliament”. Mr. Darko thus urged Ghanaians to begin to question their MPs on why they are engaging in feet-dragging on the issue of the RTI bill. “If it were to be in the interest of the MPs, they would have lobbied for the MPs to come and pass the Bill. If the government wants loan, they would have come to pass so we should ask our MPs questions,” he urged.
Source: GhanaWeb November 08, 2018 12:40 UTC