The Parliamentary Finance Committee on Saturday confirmed Parliament’s intention to vote on the 2023 budget before June 9.
Saad Muni Al-Toubi, a member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, said in an interview with the official gazette, “The committee had requested to set a date for the first session, as there is no reason to delay the voting on the budget, as the committee is devolving. All that’s needed are hours that are almost ready and waiting. Just a tab on the budget plus a few extras.”
“The delay is now only for those articles in the region that were voted on within the committee,” he added, “but a political consensus may be reached, and this will result in The vote should be changed.”
He pointed out that “it is possible to change the articles voted on because the voting took place within the committee and not on the budget in general, and this is one of the legal maneuvers,” noting that “Parliament currently Enter your legislative recess on June 9, and the budget will be effectively passed.” Before that date