[size=36]Parliamentary Legal: The political blockage hinders the approval of the budget[/size]
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, Chairman of the Legal Committee of the House of Representatives, Representative Muhammad Anouz, announced today, Thursday, that work is currently working on issuing a parliamentary resolution obligating the government to submit the budget, indicating that the political blockage led to the delay in approving the budget and the disruption of bills.
In an interview with "Al-Sabah", which was followed by Mawazine News, Anouz said, "The political blockage led to the delay in approving the budget and the disruption of bills, which cast a shadow on the economic situation of the country and the living reality of citizens."
He added that "there are about 120 laws that have been transferred from the previous parliamentary session to this session, some of which affect the economic aspect," noting that "the constitution did not prevent the caretaker government from sending bills to Parliament."
Months after the elections, political efforts have not yet succeeded in finding a way out of the "political blockage" and forming a new government that submits bills to Parliament for legislation, including the general budget law, forcing the current caretaker government to submit a "food security" law, which analysts agree. As a "mini-budget" to run the affairs of the state. Ended 29 / M 99