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    What are the reasons for the government requesting the Federal Court to issue a state order for some

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    Post by Rocky Fri 07 Jul 2023, 4:55 am

    [size=45][size=41]What are the reasons for the government requesting the Federal Court to issue a state order for some budget items?[/size]
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    The economic expert, Abd al-Rahman al-Mashhadani, confirmed that the reasons for the government’s request to issue a state order to stop the implementation of some budget items came in order not to obstruct their implementation.
    Al-Mashhadani said in a press interview seen by “Takadum” that “the government requested the issuance of a state order from the Federal Court to stop the implementation of a number of items in the General Budget Law in order not to repeat the experience of the previous government when it challenged some items of the 2021 budget and obstructed the implementation of the budget, especially the investment one, until a month.” September and October then.”
    He added that “the articles that the government challenged will not affect the structure of the budget, especially since the contested paragraphs were added by the House of Representatives,” noting that “Article Two (Article 2) that is considered the subject of the challenge relates to the governors’ contract with developers, which grants powers Exclusivity for governors to contract with developers to provide services such as optical cable, municipal services and sewage, and sell them to citizens. If there are funds allocated for these projects, why do we increase the cost in them, in addition to granting exclusive power to governors, which may be one of the reasons for failure of implementation.
    Al-Mashhadani continued, “The appeal against Articles 62 and 73 is due to their contradiction with Article 14 regarding stopping appointments. The aforementioned articles give authority to the Council, the Supreme Judicial Council, and the Ministry of Education to appoint, and the government is right in this as well, because appointments have become a burden on the administrative apparatus in Iraq.”
    He explained that “the rest of the contested budget items include allowing public universities to contract with investors to build educational hospitals, and this point indicates the intervention of the legislative authorities in detailed issues that are not among their tasks,” explaining that “Article 16 provides for granting general managers and consultants leave for a period of 5 years or Refer them to retirement, but the House of Representatives added a word to the text of the article to become at their request, and this means that nothing will change because the request for referral to retirement will lead to the loss of some of their great privileges.
    He pointed out that the appeal in Paragraph 75, which is related to the confirmation of contract holders after 10/2/2019, and this is what the government also rejects due to job slackness.
    Earlier, a member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Mueen Al-Kazemi, said that there are more than half of the contested articles that are not subject to appeal, as they are natural, and that would develop the financial and economic situation of the country.
    According to Al-Kazemi, “there is an exception for 150 members of the House of Representatives to confirm the permanent staffing, the Federal Court and the Supreme Judicial Council as well, which the government can appeal against, while the contested Article 2 pertains to the contracting of governors with developers is mentioned in the 2021 budget, and Article 16 was amended to The need for the director-general to submit a request himself if he desires the five-year leave, not by imposing it on him. As for Article 20, it relates to the completion of material damage compensation transactions within 30 days.
    And Articles 28 and 57 are about deducting 1 per thousand of salaries for the Police Martyrs Fund and the Martyrs Foundation, which - according to Al-Kazemi - “is a natural issue that was previously pursued to support the popular crowd in the war against ISIS, but the government has now objected to it.”
    He is surprised that “the government does not object to an increase of 150,000 job degrees, or parliament’s cancellation of the fees that the government wants to impose on oil companies, which lead to revenues of 500 billion dinars.”
    On July 2, published documents revealed that the Sudanese government submitted a request to the Federal Court to challenge several articles of the General Budget Law for the year 2023, which were voted on last month.
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