Advisor to the Prime Minister reveals the budget materials that will be challenged by the government

Editing date: 4/18/2021 14:32 • 19 read times


Advisor to the Prime Minister for Financial Affairs, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, revealed the articles that the government will challenge in the fiscal budget law for 2021.

Saleh said, “The two most important points that will be included in the government appeals to the budget are the health sector and electricity.”

He continued: “Laws that do not suspend the articles of the budget law after its publication in the official gazette except for a party that has the authority to suspend some articles of the law, which is the federal judiciary, which usually decides in such a case based on a complaint that the government submits to the Federal Court to challenge some of the articles that led to the disruption of some of the powers of the authority Operational policy and public policy. ”

And he added: “The decision to finalize the appeal here is the Federal Court’s decision, which is final, binding and enforceable,” indicating that “this is what has been customary in a judicial precedent in which the government challenged some articles of the Federal Budget Law in 2015 and in 2016, and the court approved On government appeals cases of some of the materials at that time. ”

Today, Sunday, the official Al-Waqi’a newspaper published the text of the fiscal budget law for 2021, to be officially implemented.

It is noteworthy that Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi announced the government’s intention to challenge some of the budget’s paragraphs for amendments to be made by Parliament.

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