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Speaker en route to Geneva for 148th IPU

Speaker en route to Geneva for 148th IPU

Rt. Hon. Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin, the Speaker of Parliament of Ghana is currently en route to Geneva, Switzerland, where he will participate in the 148th Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) Assembly from March 23rd to March 27th, 2024. Starting his trip from Accra on March 21st, 2024, Mr. Bagbin is scheduled to return on March 28th.

Known for his recent notable performances in parliament and his engaging interactions with the people of Ghana his attendance at the IPU Assembly highlights Ghana’s dedication to engaging in international parliamentary discussions and collaboration.

As the Speaker of Parliament, Mr. Bagbin serves as a representative of Ghana on the global stage, contributing to diplomatic engagements and idea exchanges with parliamentary counterparts from various countries. The discussions at the IPU Assembly will cover crucial topics such as democracy, human rights, and sustainable development.

Mr. Bagbin’s reputable presence in Ghanaian politics gives weight to his perspectives and insights, both within the country and internationally, enhancing Ghana’s voice on significant global issues. This opportunity will also allow Mr. Bagbin to establish connections with other parliamentarians, build alliances, and explore opportunities for cooperation on shared interests.

By participating in the IPU Assembly, Ghana reaffirms its commitment to multilateralism and collaborative efforts within the international community. Upon his return, Mr. Bagbin is expected to share the knowledge and experiences gained at the Assembly, further enriching parliamentary debates and policy dialogues in Ghana.

Mr. Bagbin’s journey to Geneva reflects Ghana’s active engagement in global affairs, showcasing its dedication to promoting common values and contributing to global governance initiatives.


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