The Parliament of Ghana is the legislative body of the Government of Ghana. Legislative representation in Ghana dates back to 1850, when the country was a British colony known as Gold Coast. The body, called the Legislative Council, was purely advisory as the Governor exercised all legislative and executive powers. Reforms were introduced in 1916 and 1925, although the governor's power remained extensive. In 1946, a new constitution was introduced that allowed for an unofficial member of the Legislative Council to become its president while the governor ceased to be the ex officio president of the body. This system continued until 1951 when the Legislature elected its first Speaker - Sir Emmanuel Charles Quist. More information...

The website is placed before and after in the BestRef global ranking of the most important sources of Wikipedia.

PR-model F-model AR-model
36,766th place
8,299th place
15,340th place
20,521st place
5,135th place
8,027th place
100,019th place
50,461st place
80,942nd place
117,993rd place
9,190th place
33,391st place
48,823rd place
11,972nd place
77,038th place
28th place
10th place
12th place
394th place
33rd place
96th place
3,737th place
712th place
547th place
178,785th place
53,245th place
196,006th place
332,099th place
146,799th place
180,712th place
74,325th place
3,895th place
11,107th place
3,287th place
393rd place
956th place
48,157th place
29,393rd place
42,949th place
106,468th place
135,025th place
131,097th place
8,267th place
1,353rd place
2,203rd place
126,681st place
104,839th place
92,160th place
33,284th place
11,288th place
20,122nd place
23,914th place
14,917th place
9,787th place
100,924th place
77,849th place
73,169th place