Ghana: A Study in Economy
1. Freedom From Internal Control
The Constitution provides for freedom of peaceful assembly, freedom of speech, freedom of press and its likes and that the government generally respects all these rights. The government does not require permit for demonstrations. However Parliament passed a public law in late 1994 requiring that organizers of " special events" or " processions" should inform the police of their intention at least five days in advance so that the police can institute precautionary measures.
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