Gold Coast [i.e. Ghana] debate on constitutional reform, 1953-07
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166 x 114 mm. Showing the Prime Minister Dr Kwame Nkrumah opening the debate on constitutional reform in the Legislative Assembly of the Gold Coast. Sir Emmanuel Quist is seated in the Speaker's chair. The proposals asked Her Majesty's Government for the introduction of a bill declaring the Gold Coast to be an independent sovereign state within the Commonwealth. The Gold Coast was finally granted independence (as Ghana) in March 1957. The lengthy caption on the reverse provides more detail on this matter.
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