Ghana’s fight over anti-gay law threatens $20 billion debt deal – Bloomberg report

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05/07/2024

Ghana’s Supreme Court will on Wednesday May 8, 2024 start hearing a case that has the potential to both threaten the West African country’s 20 billion debt restructuring and test the World Bank’s commitment to support LGBTQ rights.

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