Parliament signs an agreement for a new ultra-modern chamber – Prof. Oquaye


The Speaker of Parliament, Professor Mike Oqauye, has stated that Parliament has signed an agreement with China for the construction of a new ultra-modern Parliamentary Chamber, for Plenary business.


Prof. Oquaye, indicated that a delegation from the Gansu Provincial Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) represented the Republic of China, to sign the agreement when they visited Ghana’s Parliament on April 23, 2019.

Presenting his welcome address at the Plenary after Parliament was recalled, Professor Oquaye reiterated that areas of bilateral co-operation, including manpower training for Members of Parliament have been explored.

The Speaker of Parliament reiterated that the Parliamentary Service Board is preparing to send a bipartisan group to visit Gansu Province, to explore more areas of bilateral co-operation between the Parliament of Ghana and the CPPCC.

In the previous Session of Parliament the Chinese Ambassador to Ghana visited Parliament with a delegation from China.

In the meeting at the Office of the Speaker of Parliament, it came to light that a proposed new ultra-modern Parliamentary Chamber was agreed to be constructed.

The delegation from China were given the assurance that the contract would be awarded to the people of China.

This includes the design, construction and the maintenance of the proposed new Parliamentary Chamber for Parliament.

Source: GhanaJustice/S.Ayisi


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