Constitutional Law


The Ghana Constitution of 1992, as amended through 1996, was written as a social contract to ensure individual liberty under limited government. It allows the development of a framework of government to ensure the blessings of liberty, equality of opportunity, and prosperity for ourselves and posterity, based on the vision initially set forth in the preamble. However, with the development of Progressive politics at the end of the nineteenth century, the Constitution has increasingly been interpreted as sanctioning practically unfettered government and the modern administrative state. YAFO Institute is committed to resolving the multiple facets of the problem and restoring Ghana’s promise of liberty under limited government

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