July 13, 2018

Chairman of the Governing Council of Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition, Nana Osei Bonsu has appealed to the leadership of Parliament to make provision for civil society groups to meet them quarterly to interact with them so that they could share ideas.

According to the chairman in that process CSOs would be briefed by leaderships of the House on activities the House is embarking on, whiles CSOs would share with them expectations of CSOs and suggestions they can also make.

He further called for the code of conduct of Members of Parliament to be made public, as the image of Parliament is very important.

Speaker of Parliament Professor Mike Aaron Oquaye on his part indicated that there is a code of conduct which the leadership of Parliament would handover to chairman of the governing council of Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition.

“We are very much aware of our public image, sometimes some of the things that people say about Parliament are not correct, we are strengthening the processing in other to be able to account to the people and also make others account to us on behalf of the people”.

By: Kwaku Sakyi-Danso/ghanamps.com