The delay in approving the 2022 budget and its impact on the payment of employees’ salaries.. Al-Kazemi’s advisor clarifies

The delay in approving the 2022 budget and its impact on the payment of employees’ salaries.. Al-Kazemi’s advisor clarifies

2021-11-04 08:45

The delay in approving the 2022 budget and its impact on the payment of employees salaries.. Al-Kazemis advisor clarifiesShafaq News/ The appearance of Muhammad Salih, the financial and economic advisor to the caretaker prime minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, revealed today, Thursday, the impact of delaying the approval of the draft budget law for the year 2022, due to the failure to form the new government and parliament on the payment of employee salaries.

Saleh told Shafaq News Agency, “The delay in approving the draft budget law for the year 2022 does not have any effect on the payment of salaries, everything will be done without delay, as in this case the effective financial management law is applied, which is based on the principle of disbursing 12/1 of the actual expenses.” ongoing”.

He added that “the principle of disbursing 12/1 of the actual current expenditures, which took place in the previous fiscal year, is to be spent on the same expenditure gates in the subsequent fiscal year until the legislation of the new general budget law.”

On Thursday, Saleh, the financial and economic advisor to the caretaker prime minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, stated that there was no official submission of the draft federal budget law for the year 2022.

In a statement to Shafak News Agency earlier today, he suggested; The calculation of oil revenues falls between a minimum of 50 dollars per barrel and a maximum of 60 dollars, taking into account that oil constitutes 90% of the total budget revenues, and the rest of the revenues are left to the so-called non-oil revenues.

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