The Parliament of Ghana is the legislative body of the Government of Ghana. It is made up of two chambers: the House of Chiefs, which represents the traditional rulers of Ghana's various ethnic groups, and the House of Parliament, which represents the people of Ghana.
The Parliament of Ghana is responsible for making laws that govern the country. Members of Parliament (MPs) are elected by the people of Ghana to represent their interests and concerns in the legislative process. The Parliament also has the power to impeach the President of Ghana and to hold the government accountable for its actions.
The Parliament of Ghana is located in the capital city of Accra. It is an important institution in the country's democratic system of government and plays a vital role in shaping the laws and policies that affect the lives of Ghanaians.