William Dowokpor

ANNOUNCEMENT BY WILLIAM DOWOKPOR TO CONTEST FOR PRESIDENT IN THE 2020 GENERAL ELECTIONS ON THE TICKET OF THE PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE’S PARTY (PPP). Accra, Tuesday August 18, 2020

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Ladies and Gentlemen, Thank you for accepting my invitation to attend this important event in the political history of our dear country, Ghana. The situation is alarming. Change for the NEW GHANA is no longer an option. It is a necessity! So after months of soul searching, fasting, prayers and consultations about the future of […]

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NATIONAL OFFICERS ELECTIONS

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24th April, 2020 The National Committee of the Progressive People’s Party has decided that nominations for National Officers elections remains opened until Friday 15th May 2020. Per our constitution, the following positions are to be elected by Party members. Chairperson 1st Vice chair 2nd Vice Chair 3rd Vice Chair National Secretary National Treasurer Interested candidates […]

NOMINATIONS FOR CONSTITUENCY, REGIONAL, PARLIAMENTARY AND PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS

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This directive applies in part to constituencies who have not elected their executives and parliamentary candidates as at 24th December, 2019 and applies in part to all constituencies especially with Regional and National Elections. The National Executive Committee hereby directs affected constituencies to open nominations as per schedule below. ACTIVITY DATE constituency Elections   Opening […]

ABORTED 17TH DECEMBER 2019 REFERENDUM: WE STAND BY OUR COMMITMENT FOR THE ELECTION OF MMDCEs

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We propose that, parliament should still make change happen by focusing on amending Articles 243(1), 243(3), 248(1)(2) and 242(d) to establish the basis for the election of our MMDCEs.

If we are interested in holding our leaders accountable in the generation and judicious use of our resources for rapid development at the local level, then we must all support the call by the PPP to change the Constitution to enable the election of all MMDCEs.

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Internal Memo – Temporary Office

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Dear Progressives, The PPP Headquarters has officially started operating temporarily from the Greater Accra Regional Office starting today 13th August 2018. Kindly re-direct all letters and correspondence to this offfice with GPGPS address is Code: GA-099-0955; Address: 46 Faanofa Rd, Accra, Ghana; Map View: https://www.gps.ghanapost.com.gh/mobilemapview.html#GA0990955. Between Capital Mall building and Joy FM. For now we […]

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ASPIRING PARLIAMENTARY CANDIDATES – 2020

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The National Committee of the Progressive People’s Party hereby directs Constituencies that have completed their constituency elections to open nomination now for Parliamentary aspirants to pick up forms to contest to become Parliamentary Candidates of the Party by September. This directive is to enable our Parliamentary candidates have ample time – 2-years – to campaign […]

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What to do Against Declining Party Membership

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Even though political parties are seen as central to the modern democratic system, there has been a downward trend of political party membership globally – particularly in Europe, as “Parties are struggling to hold on to their membership organisations as they are failing to recruit significant numbers of new members”. As party membership declines globally, […]

Emmanuel Osei

Study PPP’s recommendations before setting up Special Prosecutor’s office

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I’m forced to question the supposed independence of the Special Prosecutor considering the current state of the bill being considered by Parliament, especially when the Special Prosecutor is expected to act on the order/authority of the Attorney General instead of being truly independent. It looks intent is not in sound match with reality. The New […]

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AU, ECOWAS must intervene to prevent civil war in Togo – Africa Liberal Youth

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The Africa Liberal Youth is appealing to the Leadership of the African Union, Heads of States of the ECOWAS and the International Community to intervene to help avoid possible escalation of the violent clashes in Togo, restore the constitutional rule in Togo as well as getting President Faure Gnassingbe (who is currently the chairman of […]