Parliamentary warning of "street anger" in the event that the budget is not passed next Saturday
12:59 - 23/03/2021
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MP for the Al-Fateh Alliance, Mithaq Al-Hamdi, warned, Tuesday, of “the anger of the street” in the event that the vote on the budget is postponed in the session next Saturday, calling on the political forces to speed up reaching an agreement satisfactory to all, and on the contrary, they should go to the majority vote.
Al-Hamdi said in a statement to / the information /, that “the delay and delay in voting on the current year’s budget has made the citizen more tired of the political forces,” warning the political forces that “in the event that the vote on the budget is postponed to another date, the street will come out forcefully. To hold them accountable for the delay.
She added that "the passage of a third of the year without voting is a defective matter, and there is no such thing in any country in the world," calling on "political forces to speed up to reach an agreement satisfactory to all, and on the contrary, they must go to vote by the majority."
The head of Bayariq Al-Khair Parliamentary Bloc, MP Muhammad Al-Khalidi, revealed in a statement to Al-Malouma today, Tuesday, that there are 5 difficult files in the budget, which are likely to be passed by the parliamentary majority. Ended / 25 AD