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Dissolution of 7th Parliament: NPP, NDC MPs clash on the flooring of House


With hardly an hour to the dissolution of Ghana’s 7th parliament, chaos has erupted on the floor of the Property.

It is unclear what led to the confrontation involving National Democratic Congress (NDC) lawmakers and the New Patriotic Occasion (NPP) counterparts.

Meanwhile, the NDC, who are the minority in the 7th parliament has occupied the seats on the correct hand side of the Speaker (wherever the bulk in parliament normally sit).


The shift by the NDC MPs indicates the NPP MPs have to occupy the seats on the left of the Speaker (intended for the minority).

The NDC MPs stormed the chamber in their white attire.

Meanwhile, the Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu has bemoaned what he describes as an unfair established of policies applied in courts for Associates of the NDC.

It arrives right after a Cape Coastline courtroom granted an injunction from the NDC MP-elect for Assin North.


“Mr Speaker I pray and seem ahead to a Ghana which does not have a distinct established of rules for NDC, NPP but a rule of legislation in all its facets including equality of law.

“Different ruling in Techiman South to have illustration, distinct ruling in Assin North not to have illustration that can only be a manifestation of some authorized illiteracy,” the Minority chief said for the duration of a presentation in the very last session of the 7th Parliament.

The Cape Coastline Substantial Courtroom granted an injunction from the Member of Parliament for Assin North James Gyekye Quayson restraining him from holding himself as NDC MP-elect for the constituency more than twin citizenship.

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