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PUBLIC LAUNCH OF POLITICAL PARTIES POLICY ON OIL AND GAS

  • POSTED ON: February 15, 2016
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The Pubic launch of Political Parties Policy on Oil and gas was held by Natural Resource Governance Institute on 12th February 2016 . Three political parties presented their policy books. Here is Bernard Monarh recommending the policy of PNC #GhOilElection.

Senior leaders of all four political parties participated in the presentation of their policy positions during the public launch held in Accra. The General Secretaries and Chairpersons of the respective parties, in addition to two members from party’s working group who have been involved in developing these policy papers also participated in the event.

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