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Legal holds Parliament responsible for activating tax withholding and proposes a solution to the pro

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Post by rocky Sat 17 Apr 2021, 7:07 am

[size=52]Legal holds Parliament responsible for activating tax withholding and proposes a solution to the problem[/size]

[size=45]Legal expert Tariq Harb confirmed, today, Friday, that the House of Representatives within the budget is the one that obligated the government and the Ministry of Finance to return the tax deduction from the salaries of employees and it is not within the authority of the Council of Ministers to stop this matter, while he indicated that the solution is in Parliament by amending Article 34 of the budget and adding Just one sentence for her.[/size]
[size=45]Harb said that "far from the humanitarian or political aspects of the harm that he will inflict on the employee as a result of deduction, the text is clear from the legal point of view as it included the abolition of all exemptions for taxes and fees decided by the Council of Ministers, and this means the abolition of the employee salaries exception as well," indicating that "it was more appropriate." Whoever wrote this article should ask the Council of Ministers to send a list of the excluded entities before putting the article in order to find out who those authorities are.[/size]
[size=45]Harb added, "The legal texts are implemented according to their content and not according to the intentions, as one of the members of Parliament says, and there is no longer any option for prime minister in the exception because Parliament in the text of the article and explicitly canceled the authority of the Council of Ministers in the exception, which means that Parliament obligated the government to tax deduction." From all groups covered, including employees, ”pointing out that“ Parliament was more appropriate to ask before going on legislation that they do not know what its consequences and lack of jurisprudence because the law does not exempt from responsibility as there is no single intent in the legal interpretation of legal articles. ”[/size]
[size=45]He continued, "The Ministry of Finance was able to go immediately to apply the deduction because it is obligatory for it according to what came in the budget approved by Parliament, but out of sympathy, tolerance and mercy for the employee, it addressed the question to the Council of Ministers, who also does not have the authority to stop the deduction," stressing that "the solution The only legal thing is to return the budget to Parliament, amend Article 34, and add to it a few words (an exception is made for the salaries of employees), a step that will not take parliament more than one week.[/size]
[size=45]Harb stressed, "Whoever puts that article must first question himself before going to question the Minister of Finance, because he who gave the authorization to finance the deduction and canceled the exceptions of the Council of Ministers."[/size]
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