[size=30]After the government appealed to its articles ... Parliamentary law clarifies the possibility of stopping work on the budget[/size][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
The Parliamentary Legal Committee confirmed, on Sunday, that the government's challenge to the articles of the Federal Budget Law does not stop the implementation of the latter at all.
[size=15]A member of the committee, Hussein Al-Oqabi, said in a press interview, today (May 23, 2021) that "the appeal by the executive government does not stop the implementation of the budget at all, and that the most important point is the behavior of the executive authority in the means challenged, either to stop or wait until a decision is made." The court, and this is the accepted practice of the administration that the issues that are legally challenged stop the execution and they are slow to implement them until the court’s decision is issued, or the cabinet requests the court to issue a state order to stop work on it until the decision is issued.[/size]
[size=15]The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers had appealed to the Federal Court with some "additions" made by the House of Representatives on the articles of the Federal Budget Law 2021, claiming that these articles place a restriction and a burden on the executive authority by increasing expenditures and increasing the deficit, indicating that more than 10 articles in the budget law will be challenged. The government before the Federal Court, raising questions about whether these appeals will affect the passage of the budget and its implementation .[/size]