The Daily Dispatch- Parliament is biased in dealing with contempt – NDC MP.


Minority chief whip, Mohammed Mubarak Muntaka has conceded that parliament is biased in disciplining persons whose conduct affronts the dignity of the House of Legislature.

He said parliament tends to protect its own when an MP is deemed or found to have acted in contempt of the law making body, but explained that when it comes to MPs sometimes it is very difficult to get someone to send you the evidence.

He was reacting to concerns by a section of the public who accuse Parliament of being so quick in wanting to punish others who make contemptuous statements about it, but always spares its members who engage in similar contemptuous acts.

Cyanide spillage at Kenyasi area

Newmont Ghana limited has commissioned an independent investigation into claims by the Wassa Association of communities affected by mining (WACAM) that it has spilled cyanide in and around Kenyase in the Brong Ahafo Region, WACAM this week alleged cyanide spillage by Newmont, which it claimed has caused water pollution in communities such as Ntotoroso, Yamfo, and Gyedu among others.

A Goaso based journalists told 3fm that some residents he spoke to claimed they are unable to consume their farm produce and are also battling skin diseases.

Parliamentary committee position snub – NPP MP angry with majority leader

Drama unfolded on the floor of Parliament last week when two members of Parliament (MPs) on the Majority side in open defiance, challenged the Majority Leader, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu on the formation of committees.

Third term MP for Atwima Kwanwoma in the Ashanti Region, Dr. Kojo Appiah Kubi had expressed his desire to be Chairman of the Health Committee during the reconstitution of the parliamentary committees, but his desire spot was given to a  second term colleague, Dr Twum Nuamah, a development he was not happy about.


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