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IDEG calls for devolution of executive power

IDEG Logo2.jpeg Professor Kwame A. Ninsin, Scholar-in-Residence, Institute for Democratic Governance has propose the devolution of executive power to elected Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives to address the problem of monarchical executive.
“This will create alternative centres of power that are independent of the President as well as give additional political space for others to contest for executive power, howbeit at the district level,” he said.
The Professor made the proposal at a public conversation on the ‘Role of Constitutional Reforms in Consolidating Peace, Stability and National Cohesion’ in Accra.
The programme was organized by IDEG and » Read More

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