Parliamentary finance shows the reasons for the delay of the government to send the 2020 budget to parliament
19:52 - 22/10/2019
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Parliamentary Finance Committee revealed on Tuesday the reasons for the delay of the Councils of Ministers to send the draft federal budget law for 2020 to the House of Representatives for discussion and vote.
Committee member Hanin Qaddo said in a statement to the information, that "the Council of Ministers has not sent the draft federal budget law for 2020 to the House of Representatives so far, despite the October 15 date to receive the law," pointing out that "the inclusion of the recommendations of Parliament and the government Demands of demonstrators within the budget of 2020 caused the disruption of sending the law to the House of Representatives.
He added that "the Council of Ministers is currently considering the financial allocation of functional bicycles launched by the graduates and the distribution of plots of land and housing units," noting that "all decisions relating to the demonstrators will include the budget of 2020."
The Parliamentary Finance Committee announced on Monday, the Federal Government to borrow four trillion from three government banks to build housing complexes and resolve the crisis slums across the country's provinces. Finished 25 T.