High Court dismisses Gyakye Quayson s survey application to May 17
Ghana's Supreme Court
The Supreme Court has dismissed James Gyakye Quayson's survey application, requesting that the Court rethink its structure keeping him from releasing his obligations as a Member of Parliament.
The summit court, on Wednesday, April 13, in a 5-2 larger part administering, halted Mr. Quayson from holding himself out as Assin North MP, saying it had an obligation to safeguard the holiness of the constitution.
This is until the meaningful not set in stone against him at the Supreme Court.
"The application succeeds. The MP is controlled from holding himself as MP for Assin North and limited from going to Parliament to lead business for the benefit of individuals of Assin North.
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"The limitation stays until the last assurance of the considerable matter. We direct that the case hearing be facilitated," the Court dominated.
Nonetheless, the troubled MP consequently petitioned for an audit of the decision, expressing that the decision was a patent and principal blunder of the law and a break of segments of Ghana's constitution.
He likewise demanded that the choice of the court neglected to see the value in that the suit was actually an endeavor to uphold the choice of the High Court camouflaged as a summon of the first ward of the Supreme Court.
"The larger part choice was in patent and principal blunder in conceding a request for interlocutory directive forthcoming the assurance of the suit when what the Applicant was looking for by this application was for the execution of choices in the courts underneath and this mistake occasioned an absurd premature delivery of equity against the first litigant/respondent," he said in his audit application.
Nonetheless, the court vault reported today, Tuesday, May 10, in the court that the new date for the consultation is Tuesday, May 17.