PAC Fails to Hold Elective AGM; Extends Leaders’ Mandate
The Bord of Trustees of the quasi-religious organization Public Affairs Committee (PAC) has extended mandate for its executive board members with six months, to June 2023 when elections for new office bearers will be held.
PAC for Soul Searching Before Prayers
The quasi-religious body, Public Affairs Committee (PAC) says the country should firstly undergo soul-searching on growing social and political ills haunting the society before suggesting to call for the National Day of Prayers.
CDEDI Pens PAC Over MRA and Treasury
The Center for Democracy and Economic Development Initiatives (CDEDI) has written the Public Accounts Committee (PAC)to summon government entities over proceeds from tea and macadamia.
Rule of Law Vital to End Theft of Public Money - PAC
The quasi-religious body Public affairs Committee (PAC) says strengthening of rule of law can assist the country to wipe out the deep-rooted corruption and theft of public resources.
Women in Faith Attribute GBV to Lawlessness
Women in Faith under the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) have attributed escalating violence against women and girls to lack of respect to the country’s laws as well as the Bible and Quran.
HRDC Join Protests for Judicial Independence
The Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) has endorsed demonstrations by some lawyers aimed at forcing the Executive arm of government to respect the Judiciary following an avalanche of attacks on judges by the president and cabinet ministers.
PAC Asks Ansah to Step Down
Public Affairs Committee (PAC) says it expects Justice Dr. Jane Ansah to walk the talk and step down as chairperson of the country’s electoral commission.
PAC Faulted on Women Representation
Gender rights activists have faulted the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) electoral system for leaving out women in its executive committee.
New PAC ExCo Promises Continued Mediation
The newly elected executive committee of the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) has pledged to proceed with mediation for the concerned parties in the aftermaths of the May 21 Elections.