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Minority Caucus Runs To Supreme Court To Declare E-levy Passage Null And Void

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The Minority Caucus in parliament has filed a suit at the Supreme Court to challenge the passage of the e-levy bill by a one-sided parliament.

The Caucus claims the number of legislators in the chamber when the bill was passed did not form a quorum as declared by the Supreme Court.

The opposition MPs want the Supreme Court to set aside the passage of the e-levy bill by the 136 Members of Parliament of the Majority Caucus present in the chamber of parliament on 29 March 2022 as unconstitutional, null and void.

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The plaintiffs are Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu, MP for Bawku Central Mahama Ayariga and MP for North Tongu Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa.

























































































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