Vice reveals hide the government 103 trillion dinars for Parliament’s

Vice reveals hide the government 103 trillion dinars for Parliament’s

12/20/2015 16:14 GMT

Vice reveals hide the government 103 trillion dinars for ParliamentFollow-up – and babysit – revealed Deputy for the Turkmen Front for the government to hide more than 103 trillion dinars for Parliament taken advances from financial budgets since 2008.
Hassan Turan said that “it was very important to delete from the budget law for 2016, paragraph by the House of Representatives and on the advances that were taken by the government since 2008 to 2015, where he was the text of the government’s decision to settle these accounts from 1/1/2008 until 31/12 / 2015 relating to both laws and decisions which it is based by the Cabinet in approving the advances were amended paragraph and make it only extinguish advances on laws and not the decisions. ”

He explained that “advances in this case comes to the House for consideration as well as the Integrity Commission and the Board of Supreme Audit to audit these advances received during this period between the years 2008 to 2015″.

He noted Turan that “the report of the parliamentary finance committee reported a surplus of real contained on the real spending of 115 trillion dinars and spent them by 10% [remaining 103.5 trillion dinars] through advances taken on the basis of laws, while the rest is up to Cabinet decisions, and this must and scrutinizes the Office of Financial Supervision and the Integrity Commission that determined to take their role in the investigation of the amount in excess of 115 trillion dinars. ”

He noted a member of the Legal Committee that “Unfortunately, since traditionally previous years and before this election cycle, and despite the existence of a constitutional text to approve the financial budget without prompting the closing of accounts.”

The House of Representatives has approved in its meeting last Wednesday of next year’s budget in 2016 with a total expenditure of more than 105 trillion and 890 billion dinars, representing a deficit of 22.8%.