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Parliament intended to restrict the Government's exchange of subsequent budgets

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Parliament intended to restrict the Government's exchange of subsequent budgets Empty Parliament intended to restrict the Government's exchange of subsequent budgets

Post by Hkp1 on Sat 09 Feb 2013, 11:08 am

Parliament intended to restrict the Government's exchange of subsequent budgets

2013-02-09


Baghdad/JD/...The
parliamentary Finance Committee intends to restrict the Federal
Government disbursed in subsequent budgets, as buying airplanes during
the last year of budget balancing.

The Committee Member said the
iraqiya list parliamentarian Ibrahim Al-mutlaq/JD/: that the Finance
Committee intends to add paragraphs within the current budget,
Government inalienability balance next year.

He said Al-mutlak
hitter, for example, that the Government bought airplanes during the
last year of budget year 2013, Parliament seeks to restrict the use of
budgets.

The Finance Committee, said that the vote on the federal
budget for the current year will be next Monday, after resolving the
dispute between political blocs.

The process has stalled federal
law cut pushed through to 2013 because of differences between
parliamentary committees and the Government on the increase of the three
presidencies add customizations to claim retirement allocations and
superabundants ratios of oil revenues to be distributed among the
people./finished/11 n




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