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Accra Act of Athens Act of Parliament administration African Unity amended appointed Authorities became One-Party Cabinet Chairman Commission of Jurists Compromise Conakry Congo Constitutional Act Constitutional Commission Constitutional Remedies Constitutional test constitutionality Convention People's Party Customary Courts Declaration of Delhi Deputy Leader dissolve Parliament economic EMERGENT NATIONS entrenched EPILOGUE Family Guidance Council Family Planning FREEDOM AND JUSTICE Fundamental Human Rights Head House of Chiefs House or Senate Houses sitting Human Rights independence institutions Inter-State Court interests International Commission Judiciary jurisdiction Kwame Nkrumah L. K. CRAH Leader of Republican legal profession legislative liberties Lower House Members of Parliament Minister and Vice-President Ministry Ombudsman Opposition Parliamentary person political parties Preventive Detention Prime Minister Principal Senator programme Public Forum receive Presidential Assent Regional House Republic of Ghana REPUBLICAN BI-CAMERAL LEGISLATURE Republican Opposition responsibility Rule of Law sections simple majority Speaker Union of African universal adult suffrage Upper House Urban Councils