The first parliamentary comment on the decisions of the Federal Court of Budget Appeals
Committee member Salim Hamza told Shafaq News Agency, "The decisions of the Federal Court are final and not subject to appeal, and they are binding on all authorities, and their implementation is a duty on all state institutions," noting that "the articles rejected by the Court in the budget law will fall from the law and will not be implemented. It is unconstitutional according to the interpretation of the Federal Court.
And Hamza indicated that "the Federal Court's rejection of the appeals submitted by the government means obligating government agencies to implement these paragraphs without any delay or failure, and we will monitor and follow up on the government's implementation of these paragraphs."
And the Federal Court announced earlier today, approval of 6 contested paragraphs in favor of the government, and the appeal is received regarding 4 articles of the budget law for the year 2021.
And the Federal Court agreed, "to the government's appeal to add allocations to compensate employees' salaries, contracts and wages."
It also agreed, "to the government's appeal by refusing to impose 15 percent taxes on fuel and the costs of oil licensing rounds."
The Federal Court also approved, "the government's appeal to refuse to establish petrodollar funds."
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