14:41 - 08-22-2022
The Parliamentary Finance Committee confirmed that the Food Security Law needs final accounts.
Committee member Jamal Cougar said that if the food security law is dealt with as a budget or part of a budget, it needs final accounts, because without the final accounts there is no control over the disbursement of funds.
Cougar added, that in the event of delay in approving the budget, the government goes to the rule of exchange one on twelve because the Food Security Law was not indicated as a financial law, and that there is no operational or investment aspect in it, that is, there are no fixed amounts that are repeated annually while the The budget law has fifty-seven percent operational fixed.
The member of Parliamentary Finance added that the law ends at the end of the year, like all financial laws, except for the operating budget, noting that if it is agreed to hold early elections, in all cases, we need six months, and the government is supposed to prepare the final accounts of this law.
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