The Attorney General’s reaction to the Minority’s injunction to stop the government from implementing the E-Levy policy has been branded as “pathetic, insulting, and dishonest” by Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, Member of Parliament for North Tongu.
The Godfred Dame’s claim that the house had a quorum for decision-making is ludicrous, according to him.
In a Facebook post, the MP stated that the minority intends to challenge the government as required by Article 3 of the 1992 Constitution, and that if they are unsuccessful in court, they will take to the streets.
“The only remedy for bullies and despots is to stand up and face them,” he said, using Article 3 of the 1992 Constitution. We will challenge them at the Supreme Court on Wednesday, May 4th; if we somehow fail in the courts, as the Majority Group Leader and other NPP leaders forecast, we will march to the streets.”
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The Attorney General, Godfred Dame, has stated that when the E-Levy policy was established in March of this year, parliament formed a quorum.
During the second reading of the policy, a total of 266 Members of Parliament were present, according to him.
“Voting was by voice vote,” he continued, “so claims concerning the number present are irrelevant.”