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Supreme Court sets April 5, to rule on Assin North MP’s...

The Supreme Court has set April 5, to deliver its ruling on an application filed by Assin North MP James Gyakye Quayson.This is...

ECOWAS Court orders AG to pay $750 for late filing of...

Lawyer for Transparency International Olumide Babalola with GII’s Michael BoadiThe Attorney General has been ordered by the ECOWAS Court to pay an amount...

Asokwa Magistrate Court grants bail to 13 NPP members who unlawfully...

The Asokwa Magistrate Court in Kumasi has granted bail to 13 members of the New Patriotic Party to the tune of ¢15,000 apiece...

Court dismisses Assin North MP’s appeal challenging High Court’s decision

A Court of Appeal in Cape Coast has struck out the appeal by embattled Assin North MP James Gyekye Quayson for non-compliance with...

High court grants omanhen of Oguaa’s request to settle defamation case...

A Cape Coast High Court has granted the request of the Omanhen of Oguaa Traditional Area, Osabarima Kwesi Atta II, to resolve a...

Your case against budget approval is moot – Supreme Court tells...

The Supreme Court has in a unanimous decision has ruled that a case filed against government’s approval of the budget on November 30,...

Indian court upholds hijab ban in Karnataka state that prompted weeks...

An Indian high court has upheld a ban on the wearing of hijabs or headscarves in educational institutes in Karnataka state, weeks after...

Russian journalist in court after TV protest

A Russian journalist who burst onto a live TV news programme to protest against the war in Ukraine has appeared in a Moscow...

Deputy Speakers Vote: Supreme Court judgement a nullity — Kwaku Azar

The ruling of the Supreme Court which has affirmed the voting rights of presiding Deputy Speakers could be a nulity, Prof. Kwaku Asare...

‘If we do not want presiding Deputy Speakers to vote, then...

The Executive Director of the Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana) has defended the Supreme Court’s ruling upholding the right of Deputy Speakers...

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