Parliamentary Malian government take responsibility for the delay in adoption in 2016
Parliamentary Malian government take responsibility for the delay in adoption in 2016 budget 2015/11/29
Uploaded on the Finance Committee of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, on Saturday, the government has the responsibility for delaying the adoption of the General Budget Law for the next year and confirmed that the 2016 law was supposed to deliver to parliament again this week, but he did not deliver yet. As it drew to wait for the amendments made by the government on the law.
And approved by the Iraqi cabinet, in (November 24, 2015), to amend the paragraphs of the draft federal budget for 2016 Law sent to the House of Representatives. And while pointing to the need to amend the draft Property Claims Commission Act by Parliament, he confirmed the assignment of Director General of the Department of protection and improvement of the environment in the southern region to retire at his request.
He said Finance Committee member Majida al-Tamimi said in an interview to the (long-Presse) that "the Commission is still awaiting amendments that the government be conducted on the budget in 2016 for the mobilization of popular and other doors," indicating that "the Commission does not know what those amendments they had not received the budget bill so far." .
Tamimi added that "the parliament restored the budget law to the Government for the existence of some notes it", noting that "the government wants to reduce the total budget, but we do not know of any doors will be cut."
Tamimi pointed out that "the parliament was supposed to receive a budget from the government law this week, a late where the government had delivered since mid-October last month," pointing out that "the parliament had not received law yet final, which will put us in front of citizens questioned something we experience even in the previous sessions. "
Tamimi confirmed that "the delay will count on the Parliament despite the lack of responsibility for the delay," pointing out that "everyone is to blame the House of Representatives even corruption in the government and the ministers Files".
The Committee on the economy parliamentary and investment, announced on Monday the (19 October 2015), that the financial budget for next year 2016, amounted to 106 trillion Iraqi dinars and a deficit of 23 trillion dinars, and as pointed out that most of them devoted to the security sector, revealed the existence of a large austerity this budget.
The Iraqi Council of Ministers approved, on Sunday (18 October 2015), the financial budget for the coming year 2016, B113 trillion Iraqi dinars and a deficit of 30 trillion dinars.