Speaking on Newsfile show on Joy News this morning, Mahama Ayariga made it clear that it will be difficult for the supreme court to deny them their victory over the E-levy case. He believes that government will lose the case and E-levy will be cancelled.
"I am not participating in the discussion of the Implementation of the E-levy because we haven't reached there yet. We Are in the supreme court" he said
"My argument is that we will win in the supreme court and so whatever effort you are making to implement will end up being a nullity" he added
"It will be difficult for the supreme court not to rule in our favour. Because in that same case, the supreme court recounted the fact that what was also in issue was the budget and that the majority set aside the budget on the basis of our number and the argument was that our number was not up to 138" he added.
He continued by saying that majority caucus in Parliament didn't have the required number of members to pass the E-levy so winning at the Supreme Court will be an easy thing for the minority and the NDC.
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