There is a big confusion among the members of parliament for the minority side. This confusion is about the electronic levy that has been introduced in the 2022 budget statement and economic policy document.
Haruna Iddrisu who is a member of parliament for Tamale south and minority leader made it known that the electronic levy will be accepted by the minority but at a less rate of one percent. This means a reduction of zero point seven five percent.
Sam Nartey George who is also a very powerful member of parliament for the minority side has taken to his social media page to say that, "as far as I know, the position of the minority as a caucus is that we would reject the electronic levy at committee and plenary. That is the will of the people".
Could this be a confusion in the leadership of the minority concerned with the electronic levy as they are contradicting themselves? Do you agree with Sam George that the electronic levy should be rejected or you are okay with the one percent as stated by Haruna Iddrisu?
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