E-Levy Act: You Have to Have Remained Inside Parliament If... - Sam Pyne To be able to Minority

 


Mayor of Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly(KMA), Sam Pyne, has lambasted the Fraction in Parliament for staging a walkout over voting on the E-Levy Invoice on Tuesday, Drive 29, 2022. Typically the Minority abstained from the process, making the Majority to approve the Invoice and subsequently the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo assenting to it for being an Act. Typically the Electronic Transaction Garnishment (E-Levy) Act causes it to be legally binding for each and every and every Ghanaian to be subtracted the 1. 5% garnishment on all electric transactions.

However, the Minority led by the Member of Parliament for Tamale South, Haruna Iddrisu, have dragged the Attorney General to the Supreme Court docket to hinder the implementation of the E-Levy. They say that Parliament would not have the required number of at least 1 / 2 of its associates present when the controversial tax insurance plan was approved.

Handling these issues on Peace FM's ''Kokrokoo'', Sam Pyne asked the Minority's common sense in walking out there simply because they believe Legislative house didn't have the right quorum to vote on the Bill. He asked yourself why the Fraction didn't remain in the chamber to witness the malfunction of the Invoice. ''They said they know a whole lot of NPP MPs who don't assent to the E-Levy. So, if you knew those MPs, why didn't you remain in the chamber to encourage those MPs that you claim will vote against the E-Levy to do so? ''

Mike Pyne also plonked his full support behind the garnishment stressing it's a easy way to include the informal industry in the repayment of taxes to develop the country.

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