The Member of Parliament for the North Tongu voting public, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa says he has taught his attorneys to refer to the Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority, Ammishaddai Owusu-Amoah for scorn over remarks the last option has made such that execution of the E-duty will, in any case, produce results on May 1, 2022.
Talking on Eyewitness News, Mr. Ablakwa said such remarks add up to an infringement of the constitution since there is an order application recorded in court to stop the execution of the new regulation.
He said the stance of the GRA and government on the E-demand resembles evading the constitution such that puts the country on a perilous incline of bedlam and disorder.
“I heard the GRA Commissioner and I have trained my attorneys to refer to him for disdain. He said he was proceeding with the execution of the E-demand. Individuals should be cautious, we are working on an established majority rules system. We all including the president are subject to regulation.
It is in light of a legitimate concern for people with great influence to ensure that they walk the thin way of established requests. Assuming they begin setting such awful models, rehearsing exemption and participating in scorn of court, when things go crazy, we can’t ensure what will occur,” he cautioned.
Mr. Ablakwa is among the Minority MPs who have gone to the Supreme Court to challenge the section of the 1.5% E-demand and in this way documented an order application to stop it until a last assurance of the meaningful matter.
The Minority MPs in addition to other things said Parliament didn’t meet the protected limit of a majority for the entry of the E-demand.
The Majority Leader, Osei Kyei – Mensah-Bonsu while responding to fresh insight about the Minority’s lawful activities against the new assessment said their activities would be a waste of time.
In any case, Mr. Ablakwa who says he takes solid exemptions for the remark by the Majority Leader said he and the Minority council will persevere relentlessly to stop the execution of the E-demand.
Ablakwa said Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu’s remarks recommend that a few underhand dealings have occurred to bargain shamefulness to Ghanaians. “Our constitution approaches us to ascend and shield the constitution.
So assuming you realize there is an order and you conclude that since you are a magistrate or government official you will go on, I can likewise choose to activate individuals to prevent you from disregarding the constitution.
Allow us to send an unmistakable message to these individuals who need to obliterate our protected majority rules system. They don’t have imposing business model over this dishonest strategies,” he said.