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Parliamentary Finance: for the vessels to re-balancing of the government and the IMF gives consulting and Evrd restrictions

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Parliamentary Finance: for the vessels to re-balancing of the government and the IMF gives consulting and Evrd restrictions



November 21, 2015


Finance Committee Chairman MP Faleh force stressed that the House has no intention to re-draft federal budget law in 2016 to the government, while noting that the International Monetary Fund gives consulting and Evrd restrictions.

And the applicable special permission told "our economy" news that "the amendment gets on the budget size includes Agiera numbers only and it is hoped to reach 101 trillion instead of 106 trillion also came from the government," noting that "the World Bank recommended a reduction in the amount of $ 20 trillion from the budget ".

"The Finance Committee has a new approach is the application of oil revenues and effectively and proposed by our committee will double the revenue," noting that "government applications and procedures in the past year is intact," explaining that "the government has not previously customs tariff application and obtaining revenue from the state property, which generate large sums of money. "

He said in effect that "routine boredom impacted on government revenue and the Ministry of Finance comes in second place after oil in terms of revenues, which did not do previously," stressing that "we will leave an impact on the budget law for the current year through revenue which will do as seed money for the treasury."

He said the "IMF gives consulting and Evrd restrictions and that our committee is seeking not to impose taxes on fuels and the ration card", rejecting "all the proposals of the International Monetary Fund to impose taxes through external borrowing."

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