The Finance Committee reveals a plan to approve the budget during the legislative recess
The Parliamentary Finance Committee considered, on Saturday, the delay in sending the budget from the government to Parliament as unjustified and has no reason, stressing that Parliament will interrupt its legislative recess in the event that the budget is sent.
Committee member Representative Jamal Cougar said in a press statement, “Not sending the draft budget law to the House of Representatives is surprising and has no justification.”
He added, “The reasons for our surprise at the delay in sending the budget to parliament lie in three points: the first is that the government was given enough time to discuss the budget, and the second is that the draft budget was prepared by the previous government, and even if some amendments were made to it, it is minor, and the last reason is that the staff responsible for The preparation of the budget has not changed and it is still at the helm of the team.
Cougar explained, “If the draft law is sent to parliament during its legislative recess, it will cut off its legislative recess for the purpose of discussing it until it is approved by calling him to an extraordinary session, according to what is stated in the constitution link
Today, Saturday, the head of the Legal Committee, Muhammad Anouz, clarified the possibility of cutting Parliament to its legislative recess in the event that the government completes the draft budget law and sends it to Parliament.
Anouz said in a statement to (Baghdad Today), that “according to the constitution, if the budget law arrives before the legislative recess, parliament can continue to work until the budget is completed.”
He added, “At the present time, Parliament will not be able to interrupt its legislative recess in order to legislate the budget law in accordance with the constitution.”
Source: Dinar Recaps
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