[size=36]Parliamentary Finance: Most of the budget amendments took place in coordination with the ministers[/size]
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Committee member Mueen Al-Kazemi said, in a statement followed by Mawazine News, that "most of the articles in the budget law have been agreed upon with the government, and the government can object if the amendments made by the committee and approved by the House of Representatives are not within the powers of the parliament," noting that "the amendments It included transfers and reduction of some doors, which are the prerogatives of the House of Representatives.
Al-Kadhimi continued, "The government has the right to object to financial burdens if it finds doors or items that include an increase in financial burdens," explaining that "the government may object to the issue of employees who have been increased to 300,000 new degrees, but all other articles have been agreed upon with the government." ".
He stated that "many of the amendments that took place in coordination with ministers and heads of agencies."