Parliamentary Finance: Delayed formation of the government will push Parliament to discuss the budgets of 2020 and 2021 in May
18:20 - 3/24/2020
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The Parliamentary Finance Committee expected, on Tuesday, that the formation of the government will be delayed until next May, which will overshadow the budget, noting that delaying its approval will force Parliament to discuss the budgets of 2020 and 2021 in May.
A member of the Finance Committee, Ahmed Hama, said to the "information" that "political dialogues indicate the delay in the formation of the government until next May due to the absence of consensus between the political blocs."
He added that "the delay in forming the government will push the delay in passing the 2020 budget and may reach until the next May." He pointed out that "the Financial Management Law necessitates the completion of the budget discussion in May before the start of the new year, meaning its discussion about 7 months before the start of the new year."
He explained that "the delay in forming the government will make the parliament and the next government in embarrassment and force them the reason for discussing two budgets in next May, which are the budgets of 2020 and 2021." Ended 25 and