[size=36]Al-Hadithi: Two powers that the government cannot exercise ... and this obstacle is the last to send the budget[/size]
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spokesperson, on behalf of the media office of the Prime Minister, Saad Al-Hadithi, Tuesday, acknowledged that the legal impediment is to prevent the Council of Ministers from sending the budget to Parliament.
Al-Hadithi said, "Since the acceptance of its resignation by the House of Representatives, it has turned into daily affairs, but its tasks are continuous and continuous and it performs according to what is required by the duty."
He pointed out that "these tasks are part of the constitutional obligations that cannot be abandoned as they relate to the functioning of the administrative, financial, economic and service aspects of the citizen, with the exception of two powers that can no longer be exercised, namely, sending bills to Parliament, and concluding international agreements and treaties."
He added that "the government has not wavered, slowed down, or hesitated to send the draft budget at all, but rather is keen to do this as soon as possible because it is well aware that government action is based on budget decisions in all cases, and in the event that it affects Of projects and operating and investment expenditures. "
And Al-Hadithi said, “If there was a legal possibility to take this step, the government would have hesitated to send the draft budget because it had been completed since December of last year,” hinting that “a legal impediment prevents the Council of Ministers from sending the budget to Parliament.” End 29 / A 43