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    Parliamentary Economy: The current world budget surplus will reduce next year’s budget deficit

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    Post by Rocky Mon 18 Dec 2023, 4:18 am

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    [size=52]Parliamentary Economy: The current world budget surplus will reduce next year’s budget deficit[/size]
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    Information / Baghdad.. 
    Member of the Parliamentary Economy and Trade Committee, Yasser Al-Husseini, confirmed on Monday the contribution of the 2023 budget surplus to filling the deficit in the 2024-2025 budget. 
    Al-Husseini said in an interview with the Maalouma Agency, that " The government has not yet funded 2023 projects, and therefore there will be financial accumulations to cover the deficit in next year’s budget.” 
    He added that " The deficit in the budget this year, amounting to 64 trillion, will be filled from the surplus next year, “pointing out that the amounts and allocations made for the projects have not been spent yet, and therefore there will be a financial surplus that can be used in the upcoming budgets.” 
     Parliament approved the budget six months ago after a difficult struggle due to political controversy that disrupted the country's economic interests. Ended / 25 hours
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