“Iraq has a new, complete parliament, with full powers, and it can pass the budget law.” I hope it is true….Stay Positive!…. Article: “A legal expert reveals a surprise: The caretaker government can send the budget to Parliament”. Yada and tish know of this
From what I have read a caretaker government can sent up a budget, but Can the government RV their currency?
aoa: Allegedly, only the CBI can revalue the Iraqi dinar. But the curveball is that the Parliament passed the 2022 budget when all the duly elected officials and parliament members were elected. That being the case, all Parliament has to do is implement the budget.
Now for the next curveball: What if the NEW RATE is in the budget? That would mean the dinar has been revalued under our noses. As usual, who knows?
A legal expert reveals a surprise: The caretaker government can send the budget to Parliament – urgent
Legal expert Faisal Rikan revealed, today, Thursday, the possibility of the current .caretaker government sending the general budget to Parliament Rikan said in a statement to (Baghdad Today), “The current year’s budget was prepared before the government turns into a caretaker and before the parliament is “.dissolved in 2021
He added, “The caretaker government should send the budget law to Parliament and indicate that it was completed and prepared when the government had full powers to “.be discussed by the House of Representatives
And he continued, “Iraq has a new, complete parliament, with full powers, and it can “.pass the budget law Rican pointed out that “the government cannot prepare the budget and send it to Parliament, even if it has been delegated by the House of Representatives, because “.the mandate must be in accordance with the constitution link
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