Parliamentary economic reveals the features of the 2020 budget
08:37 - 24/08/2019
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Committee on Economy and Investment Parliamentary, on Saturday, details of the budget 2020, noting that the government failed to implement most of the current budget clubs in the field of investment.
Committee member Nada Shaker Jawdat said in a statement to the information that "next year's budget will include the allocation of huge amounts of investment in the field of industry and agriculture in order to reduce dependence on oil and world prices."
She added that "the wave of popular and youth discontent is increasing demands for job opportunities in the government sector, which requires a serious pause from parliament and the government to improve the reality of factories and operation as well as increased spending on agriculture."
Jawdat said that "the government failed to implement the provisions of the current budget on reducing dependence on oil despite the achievement of achievements in the field of agriculture, but did not succeed in improving the reality of factories and turn them into profitable."
Jawdat is a deputy[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] that "the budget next year will include increased support for the domestic product and the addition of other products on the list of government ban to allow them to compete in the local market, especially the food and agricultural industry." Ended / 25 KD