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Huge salary difference between civil servants and article 71 office holders...

Convenor for the #FixTheCountry campaign, Oliver Barker-Vormawor, has bemoaned the inherent imbalance in the pay structure of public sector workers in the country.Speaking...

Article 71 is obscene and a threat to democracy – Kofi...

The Senior Vice President of Imani Africa says Article 71 is obscene and poses a threat to the country’s democracy.Joining a discussion on JoyNews’...

Ghanaians should make Article 71, a 2024 election issue – 6...

Influential news analysis show, Newsfile, discussed the salary emolument saga, the NPP MP, Kennedy Agyapong’s threat on Luv FM’s Erastus Asare Donkor and...

Regular Public sector workers earn 6% of average salary of Article...

It has emerged that the Prof. Yaa Baidu-Ntiamoah Emoluments Committee commented on the significant inequity between salaries paid to regular Public Servants and...

Playback: PM Express discusses Emoluments for Article 71 holders: Time for...

Parliament in January this year, approved the report of the Prof Yaa Ntiamoah-Baidu-led Committee recommending emoluments for the Executive, Judiciary and Legislature, as...

John Mahama: Attempts to sneak spouses of President and Veep into...

The issue of handling spouses of Political officeholders is not a new one; it has engaged the attention of all governments since the...

H. Kwesi Prempeh: First and second spouses are not Article 71...

The mandate of an Article 71 Emoluments Committee is limited to recommending the salaries and other benefits and privileges of those officeholders specified...

NDC to seek interpretation of Article 71 over emoluments of 1st...

Member of Parliament for South Dayi, Rockson-Nelson Dafeamekpor has stated that he is ready to file a writ at the Supreme Court to...

Ghana – IMF staff mission concludes 2021 Article IV discussions

A Concluding Statement describes the preliminary findings of IMF staff at the end of an official staff visit (or ‘mission’), in most cases...

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