[size=36]Al-Hadithi talks about the reasons for the delay in sending the budget to parliament and acknowledges that it remains a problem with the government[/size]
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Saad al-Hadithi, spokesperson for the Prime Minister's Information Office, said Saturday that there is a problem that must be resolved in the survival of the state's draft general budget for 2020 with the government, calling for finding a legal exit in order to send it to Parliament.
Al-Hadithi said, "The government was keen on completing the budget project and delivering it urgently to Parliament," noting that "the delay occurred when adding the financial allocations necessary to implement the decisions issued by the cabinet in response to the demands of the demonstrators."
He added that "the Council of Ministers had issued decisions in this regard that required financial allocation, and the delay process occurred as a result of adding these financial allocations in a full manner to implement all these decisions." It is permissible (does the current government send the draft budget without a legal obstacle?), While if the matter is left to the next government, whose formation may be delayed, it could affect the tracks now Government Aq during the coming period. "
Al-Hadeethi continued that "the tasks of the government of conducting current business activities are continuous and continuous and that it performs according to what is required by the duty set by the constitution for it, with the exception of two powers it is no longer possible to exercise, which is the power to enact laws, and make agreements and external treaties with other issues, while other It is a regular and continuous matter and it is part of the constitutional obligations that it cannot give up because, as a result, there are related issues. The conduct of the administrative, financial, economic and service aspects of the citizen. "
A spokesman for the Prime Minister’s Information Office indicated that “the current government continues its work until a new government is formed, which when it gives confidence and votes on its members and its program, it becomes constitutional with absolute powers and carries out its work on this basis.” End 29 / A 43