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[E-Levy] Supreme Court Gives New Lifeline To E-Levy With A New 14 Days Order

The controversial electronic levying bill which was passed last month might see an early abortion as the supreme court give the 14 days for a proper clarification to be filed by the Attorney General.

The Supreme Court today ordered the Attorney General to file his statement of the case about the Minority’s e-levy suit within 14 days.

The case was filed on March 30, by three members of the Minority namely; Haruna Iddrisu, Mahama Ayariga, and Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa.

Lawmakers Haruna Iddrissu, Mahama Ayariga, and Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa want the highest court of the land to declare the passage of the bill into law as unconstitutional.

They failed, before the same court, in an earlier attempt to secure an injunction on the 1 May 2022 injunction.

Principal State Attorney Cynthia Quartey appealed to the court on Thursday, 26 May 2022, to grant the AG more time to file his statement of the case.

There was no objection to that request from the lawmakers’ lead counsel, Mr. Godwin Edudzi Tameklo.

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