Is the political opposition in Ghana succeeding in its quest to hold government accountable?
The Minority Leader of Ghana’s parliament, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu says the current constitutional arrangement makes it all but impossible to play their role effectively.
In an interview with David Ampofo on Time with David, he says the British, Westminster Parliamentary system would serve Ghana a whole lot better than Ghana’s Presidential System of government currently in existence.
The Minority leader also points to the deep political polarization in Ghana, as responsible for parliament’s inability to play its oversight role with regard to the Executive.
What do you think? Serious issue or sour grapes?
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