Today, Monday, the Parliamentary Finance Committee confirmed that there are several articles in the country’s general budget for the year 2021 that have not been implemented so far, while noting that the appeals submitted by the government concern only five articles.
A member of the committee, Jamal Cougar, told the “National News Center” website, “Parliamentary finance, pending the resolution of the appeals submitted by the government to the Federal Court, with articles (8, 12, 4, 52, 50), within the 2021 budget law, including what concerns The petrodollar fund and the increase in the prices of agricultural crops.
And Cougar stated, "The resolution of appeals by the Federal Court, during the coming days, cannot be considered a gain for the government, because the House of Representatives has developed an alternative to these articles in the event that they are challenged," stressing that "50 percent of the articles of the current year's budget have not been implemented."
The Council of Ministers had earlier authorized Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to file an appeal with the Federal Court on some items of the federal budget for the 2021 fiscal year.
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