On Wednesday, 17th November, 2021, the Finance Minister of Ghana presented the budget for 2022 to the Parliament of Ghana. And it came to the point that, the Members of Parliament have to decide if the 2022 budget should stand or not. The Members of Parliament went to the Parliament to decide on it yesterday but the Minority Caucus in Parliament voted against it. So it came out that the 2022 budget has been rejected. But the Majority Caucus in Parliament has come out with immediate release.
And according to the Majority Caucus in Parliament, they have questioned the legality with which the Speaker of Parliament on Friday, 26th November, 2021, led a one-sided House to pronounce judgement on the 2022 budget statement as delivered on behalf of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo by his Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, on Wednesday, 17th November, 2021.
Please follow this article as I show you the release the Majority Caucus in Parliament has come out with. The release is shown undernath.
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