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ECOWAS delocalised meeting begins tomorrow

THE 2019 delocalised meeting of the Joint Committee on Administration, Finance, Budget Control and Audit I Economic Policies and NED PAD I Trade, Customs and Free Movement is expected to commence in Accra tomorrow, April 16 and run till April 20, 2019.

A statement issued by the Acting Public Affairs Director of Parliament, Kate Addo, and copied to the DAILY HERITAGE said “Members of the said Joint Committee would be deliberating on the theme, ‘Public-Private Partnership: An Alternative Source of Funding for Community Programme and Projects.

Below is the full statement

In accordance, with the adopted Activity Programme of ECOWAS Parliament for 2019, a delocalised meeting of the Joint Committee on Administration, Finance, Budget Control and Audit I Economic Policies and NED PAD I Trade, Customs and Free Movement, is scheduled to hold in Accra, Ghana, from 16th to 20th April, 2019.

Members of the said Joint Committee will be deliberating on the theme, “Public-Private Partnership: An Alternative Source of Funding for Community Programme and Projects”.

It has been a long-standing practice of ECOWAS Parliament to organise some of its committee sittings outside its headquarters and within the sub-region as a way of encouraging interaction between the Community Parliament and the people it represents.

It also provides a good platform for Members of Parliament to bring key integration issues to the attention of community citizens.

Moreover, ECOWAS Parliament selected Ghana to host the delocalised meeting of the said Joint Committee as a result of the Country’s rich experience on the subject-matter; public private partnerships. Participants of the meeting will include thirty members of the Joint

Committee, five Ghanaian Members of the ECOWAS Parliament that are not Members of the Joint Committee, Staff Members of Parliament’s Secretariat as well as other Resource persons/Experts on Public -Private Partnerships.

 

Kate Addo

Ag. Director, Public Affairs

 

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