Speaker Bagbin collectively chose President of Commonwealth Parliamentary Association
The Speaker of Parliament, Rt. Hon Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin, has been chosen new President of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association International (CPA).
He was collectively chosen the President of the CPA, an association of north of 180 part Parliaments of the COMMONWEALTH of countries, at the fair finished 65th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference (CPC) facilitated by Canada in Halifax. Speaker Bagbin, until his political race as President, was the Vice-President of the CPA.
As President of the CPA, Ghana has been offered the chance to have the 66th Conference of the CPA in Accra from the 30th of September to the seventh of October 2023. The appointment of Rt. Hon. Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin as President of the CPA makes him the top of the CPA and he will manage the following CPC in Ghana while likewise filling in as the Chair of the Elections Committee of the Association. He is likewise an individual from the Executive Committee of the Association among different jobs and obligations intrinsically gave to him.
At this gathering, Ghana had a twofold do. The Majority Leader, Hon. Osei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu was likewise chosen the Vice Chairman of the Association. By this political race, he stands firm on the second most significant footing on the Executive Committee and the Coordinating Committee of the Association.
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He in this manner turns into the Deputy Spokesperson of the CPA and will help the Chairman of the Association, Hon. Ian Liddell-Grainger, MP, Member of the House of Commons, UK, in giving administration to the running of the Executive Committee of the Association.
Significant issues that were examined at the yearly meeting included corrections to the Constitution of the Association to make Parliaments in the Commonwealth more pertinent, available, mechanically smart, orientation delicate, adjusted, and comprehensive of the adolescent, and the minimized, particularly people with handicaps.
Rt. Hon. Alban S. K. Bagbin, without a doubt, the most experienced MP of the Parliament of Ghana fully supported by one of the second most experienced lawmaker of the Parliament, Hon. Osei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu proves to be useful at a time the Association has been gaining epileptic headway in changing itself from a Charity Organization under UK Law into a worldwide, between parliamentary association. Attempted and tried administration is certainly expected to perfect this desire and the expectations of the more than 180 branches from both Anglophone and Francophone nations are exceptionally high and eager from the authority of Speaker Bagbin and Ian Liddell-Grainger.
With the unyielding soul and backing of Ghana and all Ghanaians, these Parliamentary symbols won’t just lift high the banner of the nation yet lead in promoting the way of life, customs, administration and the rich abundance and neighborliness of our kin, at the 66th Conference of the CPC one year from now. Achievement must be ensured, in such manner, when Ghanaians cooperate.
The Parliament of Ghana was capably addressed at the 65th CPC in Halifax, Canada by a break group drove by the Speaker, and incorporated the Majority Leader, Hon Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, the Minority Leader, Hon Haruna Iddrisu, Hon Ahmed Ibrahim, Deputy Minority Whip, Hon Thomas Mbomba, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Hon Lydia Seyram Alhassan, Deputy Majority Whip, Hon Comfort Cudjoe-Ghansah Doyoe, Second Deputy Minority Whip, and Hon Nana Ama Dokua Asiamah-Adjei, MP of Akwapim North. The Clerk To Parliament, Mr. Cyril Kwabena Nsiah and a few individuals from staff were accessible to offer secretarial administrations to the designation.
We express ayekoo to our courageous Speaker and MPs.
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