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Ghana Implementation Report 2017-2019 – For Public Comment

In 2021, the Independent Reporting Mechanism (IRM) published the implementation report for Ghana’s third action plan. The report covers the progress of Ghana’s commitment implementation between 2017 and 2019.

In Ghana, the IRM researcher Titilope F. Ajay’s findings are summarized below:

Funding shortfalls and stalled legislation continue to limit commitment implementation in Ghana. However, passage of the long-awaited Right to Information Act and establishment of the Office of the Special Prosecutor marked important progress in establishing the legal and administrative infrastructure needed to further open government. Moving forward, government and civil society should capitalize on these achievements by ensuring full implementation of the RTI Act and an independent and well-resourced Special Prosecutor.

The report is available in English. The public comment period closed 5 May 2021.


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