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The highest judicial authority abolishes a budgeted item costing billions

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The highest judicial authority abolishes a budgeted item costing billions

Post by RamblerNash on Mon Jul 16, 2018 11:05 am

The highest judicial authority abolishes a budgeted item costing billions

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Shafak News / Federal Supreme Court decided unconstitutionality of one of the articles contained in the federal budget law for the current year, where the cost of application of financial burdens up to (26) billion dinars.

The court spokesman Ayas al-Samuk said in a statement today that "the Federal Supreme Court considered the lawsuit established by the Council of Ministers to challenge the unconstitutionality of articles in the Federal Budget Law for 2018, and one of the paragraphs of that appeal provides for the House of Representatives to allocate an amount to the High Commission for Human Rights expenditures With a limit of (26) billion dinars. "

He added that "the Federal Supreme Court found that this text was placed in the budget by the House of Representatives without reference to the Council of Ministers as required by Article (62 / II) of the Constitution and accordingly decided to rule unconstitutional article subject to appeal.


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