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    AL-SUDANI: THE DRAFT BUDGET TARGETS THE PRIORITIES OF THE GOVERNMENT PROGRAM

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    Post by rocky Sat 26 Nov 2022, 5:55 am

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    Today, Saturday, Prime Minister Mohamed Shia Al-Sudani confirmed that the draft budget law for next year targets the priorities adopted by the ministerial platform of his government.
    This came during his chairmanship today of a meeting devoted to discussing the draft federal budget law for the year 2023, according to a statement issued by the Sudanese media office.
    The statement added that Al-Sudani stressed the need to complete the draft budget law as soon as possible, and to submit it to the House of Representatives, in order for it to enter into force without delay.
    The statement quoted the Prime Minister as saying that the law targets, in its allocations, the priorities adopted by the ministerial platform, which are combating unemployment, reducing poverty rates, combating corruption, improving services, as well as reforming the economy.
    Al-Sudani directed that the draft law take into account the importance of presenting infrastructure projects over other projects, in order to create an appropriate environment in the internal economy to achieve the adoption of the ministerial curriculum, provide service and make a difference that the citizen touches, in the service sector and other economic sectors.
    A member of the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives, Maeen Al-Kadhimi, stated, on Thursday, that the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia’a Al-Sudani, had assigned the Ministries of Finance and Planning to expedite the preparation of the draft law for the country’s general budget for the year 2023.
    Earlier this month, Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani identified the priorities to focus on, which are the federal budget law for next year.
    This came during his chairmanship of a meeting that included Minister of Finance Taif Sami, Minister of Oil Hayan Abdel Ghani, Minister of Electricity Ziyad Ali Fadel, and a number of advisors. They discussed the file of the draft federal budget law for the year 2023, and the need to expedite its preparation and send it to the House of Representatives.
    Al-Sudani directed the importance of the budget being at the level of ambition, and that it prioritize meeting the needs of citizens in terms of services, as well as taking it upon itself to effectively address the problem of electricity shortages, which greatly affected the life of citizens and the economic sectors in the country.
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