The Inland Revenue Bill was passed with a majority of 65 votes in Parliament last evening, incorporating more than 100 Amendments.
Following a division called by the Opposition, 90 MPs voted in favour whereas 25 MPs voted against. 109 MPs were absent at the time of voting that was taken using newly installed electronic voting system.
The second reading of the Bill was passed with a majority of 59 votes. The Bill received 100 votes for and 41 against, while 83 members were absent at the time of voting.