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CHAPTER 11 Ghana

International Application of FIDIC Contracts, The

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Kwame Amankwah-Twum and Priscilla Tara Buckman

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11.1 Outline of the legal environment in Ghana

11.1.1 The 1992 Constitution of Ghana

Ghana is a young republic run under constitutional democracy with a centralised government headed by an elected President. It has three main arms of government: an executive, a parliament and a judiciary.

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