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    Parliamentary Finance reveals the most prominent developments in the budget schedules

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    Parliamentary Finance reveals the most prominent developments in the budget schedules Empty Parliamentary Finance reveals the most prominent developments in the budget schedules

    Post by Rocky Tue 28 May 2024, 5:24 am

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    Information/Baghdad.. 
    Today, Tuesday, member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Khalil Dusky, revealed the most prominent developments in the 2024 budget schedules, while confirming that governorate allocations and the deficit impede the completion of the schedules. 
    Dosky said in an interview with the “Information Agency” that “the main problems hindering the completion of the budget schedules and investment allocations.” 
    He added, "The allocations included in the budget tables for most governorates have been reduced, in addition to the deficit," noting that "the deficit in the 2024 budget reached 64 trillion." 
    Dusky pointed out that "extensive discussions are continuing to mature the budget schedules and work to approve them before the end of the legislative term." Ended / 25 h
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