GIMPA to host 7th parliamentary induction seminar

The leadership of Parliament has selected Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) as a venue for a residential induction seminar for new legislators and those who have not benefited from any induction program from Friday, January 27 to Monday, January 31, 2017.

The seminar would afford especially new members the opportunity to be equipped with the necessary guidelines that will facilitate their work as Members of Parliament.

The leadership of the House would as soon as practicable after the first seminar, arrange another induction and orientation seminar for all Members of the Seventh Parliament.

The Speaker of the House, Reverend Professor Aaron Mike Ocquaye, cautioned that the House would seriously observe the dressing code, which could be African, Oriental, or European but formal.

Parliament has broken to afford Leadership and the Committee of Selection the opportunity to compose other committees of the House for the effective conduct of parliamentary business.

The break would last for two weeks, and the House will reconvene on January 24, 2017.

Majority Leader Osei Kyei-Mensa-Bonsu, announced the break in the Business Statement for the Second Week, ending Friday, 27th January 2017, on the floor of the House.

This brief break would also afford the Appointments Committee ample time to conduct the public hearings, report on present reports as well as consider the nominations made by President Nana Akufo-Addo for ministerial positions, and subsequently, report to the House for consideration.

 

 

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