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  • 12 Mar 2013
  • Commonwealth Observer Group
  • Pages: 52
The Report of the Commonwealth Observer Group for the Ghana Presidential and Parliamentary elections, held 7 December 2012. The Group was led by HE Dr Pakalitha Mosisili, MP, former Prime Minister of Lesotho, and comprised thirteen eminent persons in...
  • 01 Jan 1997
  • Commonwealth Observer Group
  • Pages: 58
These Election Reports are the observations, conclusions and recommendations of Commonwealth Observer Groups. The SecretaryGeneral constitutes these observer missions at the request of governments and with the agreement of all significant political...
Following an invitation from the Chairman of the Electoral Commission of Ghana (EC), the Commonwealth Secretary-General, Mr Kamalesh Sharma, constituted an Observer Group for the 7 December 2012 Presidential and Parliamentary elections. Prior to his...
The 7 December 2012 elections were Ghana’s 6th elections since the restoration of multi- party democracy in Ghana. The elections were contested by eight presidential candidates from seven political parties and over 1,300 parliamentary candidates,...
The President of Ghana is elected for a four-year term and can serve a maximum of two terms in office. The President is elected in a single national constituency on the basis of a majority system. In order to be elected in the first round a candidate...
The 2012 election campaign in Ghana was held in a largely peaceful environment, though there were reports of isolated violent incidents. Basic freedoms of association, movement and assembly were generally respected. The Electoral Commission of Ghana...
On March 6, 1957 the Gold Coast was proclaimed a sovereign independent nation – the first in sub-Saharan Africa. The nation chose to remain a member of the Commonwealth upon attaining independence. On 1st July, 1960 it was proclaimed a republic and...
The 2012 Presidential and Parliamentary elections in Ghana took place on Friday 7 December. Polling was scheduled to take place from 07.00 hrs to 17.00 hrs and was organised in more than 26,000 polling stations across the country.
Implementation of performance management in the public sector of Ghana has been a challenge since the 1980s. Successive governments have tried without success to get the public service to implement an effective performance management system. Managers...
This chapter traces the trajectory of decentralisation implementation in Ghana. It covers the circumstances that led to the adoption of decentralisation; the type of decentralisation being pursued; the main area(s) of focus; achievements so far; and...
This first case-study takes the recent educational history of Ghana, the earliest African country to regain independence from British rule and the one with, at the time, the strongest economy. It focuses on the experience of Ghana in developing and ...
This chapter presents the second of the country reports prepared under the Commonwealth Secretariat project to monitor implementation of the Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRS) process in Commonwealth countries. The report on Ghana was prepared by ...
The aim of this case study is to understand the dynamics of the implementation of fiscal decentralisation in Ghana. In 1992 Ghana returned to civilian rule. A review of the Local Government Law of 1988 became necessary to bring it into compliance ...
Ghana has experienced one of the fastest poverty reduction rates in Africa, with extreme poverty falling from over one-third to about one-quarter of the population and the economy growing at an average rate of 4.3 per cent during the 1990s.
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