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The parliamentary subcommittee on Lands and Forestry has condemned the persistent illegal felling and harvesting of rosewood in the Builsa South District in the Upper East Region and other parts of the country.

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 Feb-14:  
Parliament Cautions Irresponsible Utterances On Radio
 
 Feb-09:  
Speaker Orders Formation Of Joint Committee
 
 Feb-05:  
Parliament Urged To Pass Credible RTI Bill
 
 Jan-31:  
Parliament honuors illustrious Ghanaian diplomats
 Jan-31:  
Ken Agyapong's 'Parliament Is Useless' Comment Report Will Not Be Shelved - Majority Chief Whip
 
 Jan-30:  
Sanction And Suspend Ken Agyapong From Parliament – Muntaka Tells Privileges Committee
 
 Jan-29:  
Parliament To Form Committee To Follow Up On Promises, Referrals
 
 Jan-28:  
Parliament Reconvenes Tomorrow
 
 Jan-21:  
RTI Bill To Be Passed When Parliament Resumes
 
 Jan-20:  
Minority, best vehicle for Parliamentary oversight – Haruna Iddrisu
 
 Jan-14:  
Speaker advocates special representation for women in Parliament
 
 Jan-12:  
Speaker to open 70th Annual New Year School and Conference
 Jan-12:  
Agona West MP fetes 1,200 children
 
 Jan-11:  
Moroccan Ambassador To Ghana Calls On Chairman of Committee On Foreign Affairs of Parliament
 
 Dec-23:  
Parliament Approves GH¢3.6 Billion For Govt Machinery
 
 Dec-22:  
Parliament Grudgingly Approves Its Budget Allocation
 
 Dec-15:  
GSA Meets Parliamentary Select Committee On Trade
 
 Dec-13:  
Minority Leader Mocked For Struggling To Pronounce ‘Turbidity’
 Dec-13:  
Parliament Approves Budget For Energy Ministry
 
 Dec-12:  
Women’s Presence In Ghana’s Parliament Still Low
 
 Dec-10:  
MP's Demand Allocation of More Funds To Address Challenges of Ghana's Missions Abroad
 
 Dec-07:  
Parliament Approves US 646.63 Sinohydro Deal For Roads Development
 
 Dec-06:  
Give MPs Copies Of Special Prosecutor’s LI – Speaker Directs After Complaints
 
 Dec-01:  
Parliament To Investigate Poor Internet Connection Hampering Work
 
 Nov-29:  
Chairman of Foreign Affairs Committee of Liberian Senate Calls On Ghanaian Counterpart
 
 Nov-23:  
Parliament Approves US$1.5 Billion Loan For Education Infrastructure
 
 Nov-21:  
Parliament Begins Debate On 2019 Budget
 
 Nov-18:  
Minority Leader Cautions Gov't On Looming Conflict Between MMDCEs And Minister For Special Development Initiatives
 Nov-18:  
Serious Efforts Being Made Towards Establishment of Budget And Fiscal Analysis Office of Parliament - First Deputy Speaker
 
 Nov-15:  
Nsawam/Adoagyiri MP Advocates Passage of Legislation To Guide CSR Activities
 
 Nov-03:  
Parliament To Query Interior Minister On Alleged Police Sexual Misconduct
 
 Oct-30:  
Third Meeting Of Parliament Expected To Be Demanding
 
 Oct-05:  
Minority Should Praise Agric Minister Not Criticize Him- Wontumi's Aide
 
 Sep-29:  
Parliament Approves US$50 Million GCAP Loan
 
 Sep-26:  
Don’t Arrest Mps At Home - Speaker Tells Police
 Sep-26:  
Parliamentary Debate Must Improve To Honour J.H Mensah
 
 Aug-24:  
Parliament Does Not Do Due Diligence— Natural Resource Expert
 
 Aug-15:  
Parliament To Begin Enquiry Into Collapse Of 7 Banks
 
 Jul-14:  
Stop pressuring developing nations into accepting homosexuality
 Jul-14:  
Minority kicks against Bunso campus of university
 
 Jul-13:  
MOPA Holds Third Engagement Series With Core Leadership of Parliament
 
 Jun-30:  
Speaker, Leadership of Parliament commiserate with Amissah-Arthur’s family
 Jun-30:  
Blame NDC For Amissah-Arthur's Death - Party Member
 Jun-30:  
MPs Grief At Former Vice President’s Death
 
 Jun-29:  
Speaker prevents MP from commenting on Ghanaian migrants
 
 Jun-27:  
Parliament Backs Fight Against Drug Abuse
 
 Jun-18:  
Tema West MP celebrates Father’s Day with constituents
 
 Jun-16:  
Speaker Condemns Lateness To Parliament
 Jun-16:  
Ellembelle MP Donates GHc30,000.00 to Kikam Technical Institute
 
 Jun-13:  
Ghana Card Registration Begins In Parliament
 
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