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The Minority Chief Whip and Member of Parliament for Asawase Constituency, Hon. Muntaka Mubarak Mohammed has revealed that the Majority was able to pass the E-levy bill because the Court helped them to do so.
" It's sad to say the majority was able to pass the E-Levy with the help of the Court. We've outsmarted them and fought the E-levy for five good months until they had the Court to help them. Can you imagine in a week, you had a strikeout in the appeals court, you have the same day, a high court hearing a criminal case and a Supreme Court. In the criminal case, the Assin North MP needed to be there himself and he had to appear in two courts at the same time. It wasn't easy at all. So they passed the E-levy but with the help of the Court." Hon. Muntaka revealed this in an interview with Joy News.
The majority passed the E-levy bill on Tuesday, March 29, 2022. The minority walked out of the House on that day.
Do you also agree that without the help of the Court, the E-levy wouldn't have passed?
But was it the help of the court of the laws of the land was working?
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