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Parliamentary Finance expects the date for the government’s budget appeals Empty Parliamentary Finance expects the date for the government’s budget appeals

Post by RamblerNash Thu May 20, 2021 9:53 pm

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Time: 05/20/2021 23:37:52
 
{Economic: Al Furat News} The Parliamentary Finance Committee expected the date for deciding on the government's appeals to the 2021 fiscal budget law before the Federal Supreme Court.

Committee member Naji Al-Saeedi said in a press statement, "The government has challenged some items of the current year’s budget that it considers to be an" absolute executive authority "and that pertains to the committee's scrutiny of budgets before sending them to the Ministry of Planning, as well as items related to the degrees of deletion and creation that were originally removed from the budget. That "these appeals are decided within the next two weeks."

He added, "The government has challenged the Finance Committee's deletion of paragraphs relating to funds that it deems to be surplus to need, while the government considers it to be key articles."

He noted that "it is not possible to amend the budget law because this means the need to legislate a new law, but appealing to the budget clauses is a legitimate right of the federal government, pointing out that" the budget is valid and the appeal does not affect that, except in the event of a judicial order. "

The federal government had confirmed its intention to challenge some of the budget items and considered that the amendments made to it by Parliament affect the health, electricity and other sectors, indicating that the appeal will also affect the article related to regional development projects, and it has also stressed the need for separation of powers in the country.

Ammar Al-Masoudi

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