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The Institute of Public Relations (IPR) Ghana, has pledged its support for the passage of an effective Right to Information law, capable of standing the test of time.

A statement signed by Henry Nii Dottey, Honorary Secretary of IPR and copied to the Ghana News Agency on Wednesday said, as Ghana prides itself to be the beacon of hope in Africa's democracy, it is an indictment that it has no legal framework to facilitate and enhance accountability and transparency.


"We wish to reiterate the provision of Article 162 of the 1992 Constitution, which equates the freedom and independence of the media to any of the fundamental human rights and freedoms guaranteed under chapter 5 of the Constitution and urged members of the media industry to resolve to adopt all legitimate means to have Parliament pass an effective right to information law," it said.

The statement urged government not to only talk about the right to information bill on political platforms during electioneering but act decisively to ensure its passage.


Source: GNA