[size=36]A new statement on the contested budget articles[/size]
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The Finance Committee of the House of Representatives clarified, on Thursday, the details of the appeal with three articles in the budget, including the petrodollar, while noting that the contested articles are valid and enforceable.
Committee member Muhammad Al-Shabki said, according to the official news, that "the cabinet submitted an appeal to the article related to the Federal Service Council issue, but later inquired and found that the subject and the article did not have financial consequences, but rather were a re-linking of departments similar to the work of the Federal Service Council and linking them to the Council to be There is a fluidity in the issues of appointment and avoidance of interference, and there will be a development of the job sector and other conditions that enable the job sector to advance,” noting that “the Cabinet returned to the recognition and approval of the Federal Service Council law, although it initially challenged it.”
Al-Shabki added that "the article related to the petrodollar issue, there was a misunderstanding between the ministries of finance and oil, and the issue also has financial consequences related to an accounting entry to control and monitor non-oil revenues that are received by the governorates, and the Council of Ministers objected to this issue," noting that "the Ministry of Finance She later wanted to withdraw the appeal."
And he continued, "The third other issue that the Council of Ministers challenged is to support farmers and peasants by increasing the prices of crops by fifty thousand, as it was a vision to support the agricultural sector," noting that "all of the articles challenged are valid and enforceable."
And a member of the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives concluded his speech by saying: “We followed up with the Ministry of Finance and other ministries that challenged some of the articles related to it, and we demanded that the Ministry consider the budget law as a governing law and all the articles in which it contained governing articles,” explaining, that “there are articles that weighed heavily on the budget.” There is no need for it, and it has been set up to be considered as governing articles that are binding on application.” Ended 29 / A 43