- Today 12:07
A member of the State of Law Coalition, MP Muhammad al-Ziyadi, expressed, on Sunday, his discontent with the government’s failure with several files, most notably the failure to implement the budget and the failure to address the rise in dollar prices and the electricity crisis, stressing that Parliament is determined to get out of the agenda of tomorrow’s session and go to solve the crises.
Al-Ziyadi said, in a statement to Al-Maalouma, that "the representatives are determined to ask several questions inside the parliament dome, away from the paragraphs of the parliament's agenda," noting that "tomorrow's session will be a heated session and a parliamentary revolution."
He added, "The proposals that will be presented are related to not launching the budget for a moment, the issue of banks, and the extent of the seriousness of the Ministry of Finance and the Central Bank in addressing the continued high exchange rate of the dollar and its impact on the standard of living of citizens, as well as insisting on hosting the Minister of Finance to learn about the steps that the ministry is taking to reduce water scarcity, In addition to asking the government for what it has implemented from the government program, in addition to the hot and intractable file of electricity.
Al-Ziyadi explained that "these files are the challenges we face, and the parliamentarian must know what is going on in terms of solutions to them without limiting them to a small group of politicians and not caring about the people's representatives," noting that "we are not against the government, but we must know what has been achieved and what are the procedures to face the challenges of the necessary files." Foremost among them is the issue of electricity, water scarcity, and the continued rise in the exchange rate of the dollar.
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