The Ghana Bar Association has in a written document issued their discomfort on the Parliament of Ghana’s reaction and also on Allegation of bribery against a Supreme Court Judge.
In a letter dated 12th January,2021 in Accra, the National President of the Ghana Bar Association, Anthony Forson Jnr and referenced by the National Secretary, Yaw Acheampong Boafo, the Ghana Bar Association (GBA) finds it worrying that some elected representatives of Ghanaians would engage in acts of misconduct and bring the Parliament of Ghana into disrepute.
The Parliament of Ghana on the 6th of January, 2021 displayed acts of misconduct in the Parliament house on live TV which was viewed across the globe.
The GBA expectantly calls on the Parliament that no such chaotic and disorderly scenes be observed in Parliament house in future.
The Bar also finds the comments by the Member of Parliament for Asawase, Honourable Mohammed-Mubarak Muntaka’s allegation of bribery unacceptable and therefore calls on Honourable Mohammed-Mubarak Muntaka to substantiate or retracthis allegations and also apolodise to the Justices of the Supreme Court and the Judiciary in general.
Details of the letter can be found below.
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