Parliamentary Planning completes an evaluation of the work of six ministries
The first 10/02/2023
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Baghdad: Shaima Rashid
This week, the Parliamentary Planning Committee hosts the remaining six ministers as part of its schedule to evaluate the work of all ministries from next week.
Committee member Suad Al-Maliki said in an interview with Al-Sabah: The committee is currently busy completing hosting the six remaining ministries within its series of work in its evaluation, noting that it will begin next week the process of evaluating the work of the remaining ministries and submitting its report to the Prime Minister.
She indicated that once she finishes hosting the ministries this week, she will then begin hosting the independent bodies and governorates, indicating that there are a number of laws, such as the Statistics Law, that have been suspended due to the committee’s oversight role in following up on the work of the ministries and completing their evaluation.
Al-Maliki pointed out that the committee hosts two to three ministers daily, so she was unable to discuss the laws and asked the Presidency of Parliament for a period of time until the end of its oversight work in evaluating the ministries.
In this context, the Parliamentary Finance Committee will host the Ministers of Planning and Finance during the current week to find out the reasons for the delay in implementing the budget because the current government raised the slogan of “national service,” warning that it does not allow the problem of delaying the disbursement of financial allocations to continue.
The head of the committee, Atwan Al-Atwani, said in a statement: “Our insistence on approving the tripartite budget came to enable the governorates and ministries to implement their plans and programs and to avoid stopping funding at the end of the fiscal year,” stressing that “the Ministry of Finance must adhere to the provisions of the budget and release petrodollar allocations to the oil-producing governorates.”
Edited by: Adhraa Juma
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