Parliamentary Finance is working on the final drafting of the budget for the purpose of submitting it to the vote
The Parliamentary Finance Committee confirmed, on Tuesday, that it began discussing the opinions and proposals presented by members of the House of Representatives during the second reading for the purpose of formulating them and preparing the bill for voting, indicating that the notes included up to 80% of the provisions of the bill.
Committee member Jamal Cougar said in a statement to / the information /, that “after the completion of listening to the opinions and proposals of members of the House of Representatives on the draft budget law during the second reading, those observations were collected for the purpose of discussion and taken into account according to the data by the committee,” indicating that Parliament’s remarks included up to 80% of the bill’s provisions.
Cougar added, “The committee has started its meetings regarding preparing the bill and sending it to the Presidency for submission to the vote.”
The House of Representatives had completed the second reading of the draft federal budget bill for the fiscal year 2021. Source