Representative Mayada Al-Najjar
money and business
Economy News _ Baghdad
The Parliamentary Economy and Investment Committee confirmed, on Friday, that the vote on the budget law is in the middle of next week.
Committee member Mayada al-Najjar said in an interview with the Iraqi News Agency and followed by “Al-Eqtisad News”, that “the atmosphere so far is positive for voting on the draft general budget law,” noting that “after the meetings that lasted for more than a month on the draft budget bill, the content was agreed upon and not Remaining other than the share of the Kurdistan region and some tables. ”
He pointed to “the possibility of presenting the law for a vote and passing it next week, on Monday or Tuesday.”
The Parliamentary Finance Committee had announced earlier, the most prominent aspects of its meeting with Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and the ministers.
The committee stated, in a statement received by Al-Eqtisad News, that it “rewrote the budget strategy according to a comprehensive economic vision after what came from the government with a financial vision only, and it also handed over a copy of the amendments it had made to the government’s budget.”
She added, “The pressure of expenditures and the maximization of revenues were scientifically studied and came after a meeting with most of the government ministers and holding more than 302 hosting of various state institutions.”
The Committee pointed out that ” the meeting also included the support of the private sector and take bold steps to deal with it and support industrial and agricultural banks and real estate to achieve comprehensive development in these sectors”, as well as the exchange of views between the legislative and executive out branches unified vision of what is in the public interest. ” The
Committee noted during the statement To that it “will directly supervise the implementation of the budget to ensure the implementation of its vision.”
And she continued, “Thinking outside the fund and with technical economic dimensions to transform ministries from consumers who burden the public treasury to producers, which will be their approach.”