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Proposal and Data Collection Instruments Presentation by LGPF Core Team

23 March, 2020

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New National decentralisation policy to promote downward accountability and local economic development

23 March, 2020

Executive Secretary of the Inter-Ministerial Coordinating Committee on Decentralisation (IMCC), Mahama Salifu, has said government is committed to deepening local democracy, improving internally generated revenue of assemblies and promoting local economic development.

Launch of 2020 Assembly Members' Orientation Programme

23 March, 2020

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Gov’t adds 38 new districts to existing MMDAs

23 March, 2020

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NEXT GENERATION LEADERSHIP TRAINING FOR ASSEMBLY MEMBERS OF AHAFO ANO NORTH MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY 22ND - 27TH FEBRUARY, 2021

23 February, 2021

Since independence, Ghana has practiced deconcentration, a system of decentralisation that enables central government agencies to be diffused to the local level without much decision-making powers and resources. Therefore, central government politicians and bureaucrats have controlled local processes of development. In 1988 a new form of decentralisation, which could be referred to as ‘nominal devolution’, was introduced and that enabled the citizens to elect two thirds of their representatives while the central government appointed one-third. The new decentralization programme failed to give powers to the people to directly elect the chief executives of local governments (LGs), referred to as Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives (MMDCEs). Central government politicians retained that power to appoint the MMDCEs and not even a shift to multi-party democracy in 1992 provided an opportunity to significantly transform Ghana’s current decentralisation programme.

NDPC calls for conversation on Ghana’s local governance structure

23 March, 2020

Director-General of the National Development Planning Commission, Dr Kodjo Asseim Mensah-Abrampah, says the time for a national conversation about the democratic nature of Ghana’s local governance structure is now.

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23 March, 2020

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23 March, 2020

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23 March, 2020

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