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Why isn't the python script running with arguments?

I want to run a python script for ssh deployment:

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- step:
- apt-get install sshpass
- sshpass -p $SSH_PASS ssh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -p $SSH_PORT $SSH_USER@$SSH_IP "echo $SSH_PASS | sudo -S python3 /var/www/ -t api -gu $GITUSER -gp $GITPASSWORD"

 When I run it through a linux csh client, or windows - everything works as it should, but the pipeline always shows an error:

+ sshpass -p $SSH_PASS ssh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -p $SSH_PORT $SSH_USER@$SSH_IP "echo $SSH_PASS | sudo -S python3 /var/www/ -t api -gu $GITUSER -gp $GITPASSWORD
Warning: Permanently added '[]:xxx' (ECDSA) to the list of known hosts.
[sudo] password for kshnkvn: usage: [-h] [--target TARGET] error: argument -h/--help: ignored explicit argument 'u'

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@Ivan Yakushenko  did you figure out?

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