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While speaking in an interview with TV3, Hon. Afenyo Markin revealed the passage of E-levy in Parliament on Tuesday, March 29, 2022, was done within the laws and so the Minority has no business challenging it in court.
“I don’t want to go into the technicalities that have been raised by our friends on the others ode, outside of Parliament. But I can tell you on good authority that we acted within the laws of Ghana, we acted within the confines of the constitution and what happened on the floor was legal." Hon. Afenyo Markin revealed.
He also went on to say the Levy has been passed and it will be to the full benefit of all Ghanaians and so Ghanaians should understand and accept it.
" What we know and E-levy has been passed and it will be of enormous benefit to the good people of Ghana. Ghanaians are going to see great developments in their constituencies and so they should accept the E-levy." He added.
Meanwhile, the Minority has sued the Attorney General for the legitimacy of the passage of E-levy at the Supreme Court.
"This is a charade,” he said at a press conference in Parliament, adding that “there is no E-levy.”
“The majority of less than 137 conducting businesses only proceeded on illegal and unconstitutional business. Parliament did not have the numbers to take any decision that should binding Parliament and Ghanaians,” Hon. Haruna Iddrisu also mentioned.
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