Today, Tuesday, June 6, the Second Meeting of the Third Session of Parliament will begin after its break.

In March 2023, the House adjourned sine die for the Easter celebrations after enacting three contentious tax laws that aimed to increase Ghana’s domestic revenue mobilization.

On his Twitter page, Frank Annoh-Dompreh, the majority chief whip and member of parliament for Nsawam Adoagyiri, revealed that five financial bills, including the Revenue Administration Regulations, 2023, the Customs Amendment Act, the Income Tax Amendment Regulations, the VAT Amendment Regulations, and the Insurance Regulations, 2023, are anticipated to be presented to Parliament.

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Additionally, the House would be expecting the Appointments Committee of Parliament to give its report on the investigation of Justice Gertrude Torkornoo, the nominee for Chief Justice, to the House.

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