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You will find yourself Schooled In Judge Again - Bulk Leader Tells Community Over Passage of E-Levy

 Minister for Parliamentary Affairs and Majority Leader, Hon. Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, has dared the community in parliament to visit to court over the passage of the controversial E-levy monthly bill. States they will be strongly achieved in court. Talking on Okay FM's 'Ade Akye Abia' programme, he pondered why his co-workers from the group who he thinks know the laws and regulations and standing requests of Parliament will think resorting to court is the better option to register their displeasure over the passage of the bill. "You people have been area of the process from just one and even made major contributions into it. Why do you want to out of the blue make the open public feel you are sympathetic to them and from the passageway of the check? " he rhetorically asked.

"No one can possibly stop you from going to the courtroom but I can assure you that you are heading to be trained again on the standing orders of the home if you have forgotten, " he or she added. "I will be able to tell you that we failed to infringement any parliamentary treatment in the lead-up to the passageway, we followed the parliamentary procedure and the standing order of the Home. inch We May Go To The courtroom - Minority Guarantees Over Passage Associated with E-Levy The Group is not assistance down on their bid to prevent the implementation of the Electronic Deal Levy (E-Levy) Costs.

Parliament is currently holding out on President Akufo-Addo to assent to the approved taxes. The Majority in Parliament approved the E-Levy after the Minority walked away saying the taxes is a tool to exacerbate the plight of the normal Ghanaian. Yesterday’s decision was attained following the Consideration Phase was completed under a certificate of urgency. However the Group has given an indication to competition the decision at the Supreme The courtroom. “Even as we prepare to obstacle the matter in the Supreme The courtroom, a judicial perseverance has been made on Article 104 of the Metabolism. Clear cut. Anything at all to the opposite is a desprovisto to Article 104 of the 1992 Constitution and the ruling of the Supreme Court, ” he said on Tuesday.

Minority Head, Haruna Iddrisu demands that the parliamentary procedure was breached in the lead-up to the passageway. Parliament Passes E-levy Bill... Minority Levels Walkout The rubicon has finally already been crossed with the passage of the controversial Electronic Garnishment (E-Levy) bill, despite a spirited effort by the Fraction caucus in Legislative house to shoot it down, including the evident staging of a walkout. Based to the Fraction, almost all pulled a surprise one on them because E-levy was not detailed in Parliament’s business statement just for this few days. According to the Minority leader, Haruna Iddrisu: “We have repeatedly warned and cautioned that we never desire to be obtained by surprise on the major economical coverage bill of federal government and we'll not accept that culture. "

“So when you (Majority Caucus) did not hold the numbers, you were hesitant, you will not come before the House, given that you feel that you have some sensible numbers then you say ‘go to the business of item 27’”. Nevertheless , by a tone vote by the Majority caucus after the Speaker of Parliament suspended sitting down for 30 minutes, the other reading of the check was approved


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