(1) There shall be established by Act of Parliament within six months after Parliament first meets after the coming into force of this Constitution, a National Media Commission which shall consist of fifteen members as follows -
(a) one representative each nominated by
(i) the Ghana Bar Association;
(ii) the Publishers and Owners of the Private Press;
(iii) the Ghana Association of Writers and the Ghana Library Association;
(iv) the Christian group (the National Catholic Secretariat, the Christian Council, and the Ghana Pentecostal Council);
(v) the Federation of Muslim Councils and Ahmádiyya Mission;
(vi) the training institutions of journalists and communicators;
(vii) the Ghana Advertising Association and the Institute of Public Relations of Ghana; and
(viii) the Ghana National Association of Teachers;
(ix) the National Council on Women and Development;
(x) the Trade Unions Congress;
(xi) the Association of Private Broadcasters.
(b) two representatives nominated by the Ghana Journalists Association;
(c) two persons appointed by the President; and
(d) three persons nominated by Parliament.
(2) The Commission shall elect its own Chairman.
(3) A person who is a founding member of a political party, is a leader or a member of its executive or holds any office in a political party shall not be qualified to be a member of the Commission.