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    Parliament hosts the Prime Minister to answer questions about the tripartite budget

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    Parliament hosts the Prime Minister to answer questions about the tripartite budget Empty Parliament hosts the Prime Minister to answer questions about the tripartite budget

    Post by Rocky Tue 11 Apr 2023, 5:40 am

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    Today, Tuesday, the Parliamentary Finance Committee announced that it will host Prime Minister Mohamed Shia Al-Sudani to answer questions about the tripartite budget.
    Committee member Hussein Moanes said, according to the official newspaper, that “the Finance Committee and the House of Representatives are keen to come up with the best budget passed over the past years, despite the challenges.”
    And he indicated that “there is seriousness on the part of the committee members in proceeding with the budget without returning it to the government,” noting that “discussions took place in the committee regarding the budget paragraphs to prepare a detailed report and introduce proposals and discussions in order to complete and mature all opinions.”
    He added, “There is a major challenge represented in reducing expenditures and increasing revenues in this year’s budget, given the high percentage of deficits that intersect with the Financial Management Law,” noting that “the committee is keen to reduce expenditures, given that there is a problem during the coming years if the budget is passed in this way.” The great deficit.
    He continued, “There is a complete absence of real plans to know the volume of revenues annually, and the committee is always working on estimating the cash quantities that arrive from those revenues, which appear to have decreased to a level less than half.”


    He pointed out that “the state has given a lot of exemptions recently and the effects of changing the exchange rate, in addition to the fluctuation of oil prices in the global market, especially after fixing it to $70 in the budget, which prompts us to hedge on the issue of numbers on the level of revenues, and there is also the oil agreement.” Between the region and the center, which is still not clear until now, and what is the role of (Sumo) in that? Will the account in which the region’s revenues be placed be monitored?”
    Moanes stressed, “The committee is keen to reduce spending, as it cannot go towards the operational budget, although all revenues that enhance the budget go to the operational side, while the country needs a qualitative renaissance, as it emerged from wars and the (Corona) epidemic, in addition to the biggest challenge represented by dismantling projects.” traffic jams.”
    And he pointed out to “the committee’s keenness to pass the budget as soon as possible, knowing that it is related to the interests of citizens and the state, the drawn plans and the ministries’ work methodology.”
    A member of the Finance Committee ruled out the reported intentions to raise the prices of oil derivatives, “as it is a matter for producing companies only,” noting the addition of “a paragraph to pay the differences of the popular crowd, national security, and examiners in the Ministry of Defense.” He confirmed the closeness of hosting Prime Minister Mohamed Shia Al-Sudani and executive officials “to answer the committee’s questions regarding the budget.”
    He considered that “a positive point and a complementary topic between the legislative and executive authorities to make the government program a success.”
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