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E-Levy: The Majority Leader's articulation is a haughty posture - Derek Bekoe, Ex MP.

Derek Ohene Bekoe, a former Member of Parliament (MP) for Upper West Akyim, has responded to Majority Chief Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu's remark on the dubious e-demand.P

arliament has effectively authorized the 1.75 percent toll on every single electronic exchange, according to Mr Mensah Bonsu.

"When people kick against the e-demand, it bothers me because we backed it in the reception of the financial plan support movement. As a result, it signifies that the first stage has been successfully completed.

The Suame MP reiterated that the House did not only endorse the E-demand, but that a movement to support the financial plan had taken place in Parliament, which included the passage of the Appropriation Bill."

The many types of For each of the areas, we have supported appraisals. The second thing we did was to go to the library. The final stage was to include everything into the Appropriation Bill and pass it in a consistent manner. How do treats imply that you have backed the E-demand?"

Nonetheless, speaking on Badwam on Adom TV at the same time, Mr Bekoe stated his announcement about the dubious e-demand is egotistical and that the e-demand has not been fully backed.

"It's a pompous position; he knows we're not done with the bill yet he went to that studio and offered such an emotion," he explained.

He observed that such remarks from the Majority Leader do not help to build the necessary consensus. have been accounted for.

To complete the e-exact? He should carry out the e-demand if he believes it has been passed," he revealed.

Mr Bekoe reiterated that if the e-demand had been approved, there would have been no fight in Parliament and no more debate on the law.

Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta announced that the government will levy another toll on generally electronic transactions in 2022 to expand the assessment net and rope in the casual area.

The proposed E-demand will take effect on February 1, 2022, if Parliament approves it.

The duty has been met with mixed reactions, with Ghanaians railing against it and arguing that it will only add to the burden..

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