The dollar and electricity ignite tomorrow’s session.. Parliament complained about delaying the implementation of the budget

0
21
The dollar and electricity ignite tomorrow’s session.. Parliament complained about delaying the implementation of the budget
The dollar and electricity ignite tomorrow’s session.. Parliament complained about delaying the implementation of the budget

On Sunday, MP Muhammad Al-Ziyadi, who is part of the State of Law Coalition, stated his dissatisfaction with the government’s inability to handle essential matters such as the implementation of the budget, the rise in dollar prices, and the electricity crisis. He emphasized that Parliament is committed to addressing these issues and intends to prioritize them during tomorrow’s session.

Al-Ziyadi stated in an interview with Al-Maalouma that the representatives are determined to ask various questions during the parliamentary session, which are not included in the agenda. He also mentioned that the upcoming session will be intense and possibly revolutionary.

During the meeting, he mentioned that the proposals being presented address several issues. These include temporarily postponing the budget launch, addressing concerns regarding banks, and emphasizing the Ministry of Finance and Central Bank’s commitment to mitigating the negative effects of the rising dollar exchange rate on citizens’ standard of living. Additionally, they plan to invite the Minister of Finance to discuss the steps being taken to reduce water scarcity and inquire about progress made in implementing the government’s program. Finally, the group will tackle the complicated issue of electricity.

According to Al-Ziyadi, it’s important for parliamentarians to be aware of the challenges we face, and not just a select few politicians who may not represent the people’s interests. He emphasized that they are not against the government, but they need to know what progress has been made and what steps are being taken to address important issues such as electricity, water shortages, and the rising dollar exchange rate. These issues cannot be ignored and must be addressed in a transparent and inclusive manner.