E-Levy: Supreme Court excuses application for interlocutory directive

Thursday 26th of May 2022

E-Levy: Supreme Court excuses application for interlocutory directive

An interlocutory directive application being looked for by the Minority in parliament on the operationalisation of e-demand forthcoming the assurance of a meaningful case under the steady gaze of the court has been consistently excused.
The directive application was excused by a 7 part board of judges - Justices Nene Amegatcher, Nii Ashie Kotey, Mariama Owusu, Avril Lovelace Johnson, Gertrude Torkornoo, Henrietta Mensa-Bonsu and Yonny Kulendi.
Three Members of Parliament - Minority Leader, Haruna Iddrisu; Mahama Ayariga, the MP for Bawku Central; and Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, the MP for North Tongu; requested the Apex Court limits the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) from executing the E-Levy until the last assurance of their suit testing the defendability of its section by Parliament.

The directive application recorded by their attorney, Godwin Kudzo Tameklo, on April 19, 2022, "affirms that large number of individuals will experience hopeless damage in the event that the E-Levy Act isn't required to be postponed and the court discovers that its entry was illegal."
As per the suit, GRA would not be able to repay the large numbers who might have paid the E-Levy while the 1992 constitution, which is the incomparable tradition that must be adhered to, would have been sabotaged.

The Court, thusly, that's what excused the application expressing, should the considerable case be heard and controlled unlawful, the GRA ought to save a precise record for repayment.

Because of the decision, Minority Leader, Haruna Iddrisu, said he is happy with the Court's order to the GRA until the considerable not entirely settled.
The Tamale South MP portrayed this piece of the Supreme Court's decision as "reviving and inspiring."
"In any event certain individuals won't be in that frame of mind to collateralise it until the meaningful not entirely set in stone. We raised this matter since it is of public interest, sacred importance," he told the press after the decision.
"We are exceptionally content with the presentation of our legal advisors. We just supplicate that Ghana won't have two arrangements of regulations. One that serves and safeguards the chosen world class of government and one that serves the political minority of the resistance," he added.


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